Truma combi 6e not fireing up !! (1 Viewer)

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Mar 21, 2015
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Hi all
As title suggests really, either on 240v mains or gas the boiler control panel led flashes red and boiler refuses to start.
On gas there is no audible clicking prior to ignition. The 12v fuse appears to be intact.

Any help or guidance really appreciated
Antique
 

Eggs

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Jan 3, 2018
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I think there was a red re-set switch, button on the power board of the older ones, I don't know if your model has one.

Just a thought you haven't got a window open near the flue have you?, again I seem to remember there was some sort of safety cut off if the window was open.
 
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Antique
Mar 21, 2015
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notts
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Thanks @TCG yep cheched 12v fuse and it's ok
Thanks @Eggs yep tried red reset button, It hardly moved when pressed but didn't want to force it
 

A and B in the Huzzie

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Is there water in the boiler? Is there gas? Is the gas on? Have you selected 240v rather than gas or mixed?

If there's no display of the error code, the main board displays a flashing LED of the code.

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Jun 21, 2018
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when I have had problems in the past I have rang Truma tech dept , and they have always been helpful they will ask you for the fault code which is the flashing lights on main pcb


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Aug 20, 2007
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Frankia I7300 BD
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Excellent service from often maligned Truma.
 

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