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  1. Hi guys, I'm wondering if anyone has experience with removing the heater? I want too remove mine (it doesn't work anyways) and put in a small LED fire. Any advice is welcome!
  2. Hi guys, just wondering what's the largest water heater you've come across? Most I can find are 10 - 12 liters Thanks, Ross.
  3. Hi On a recent holiday trip with my Bailey Orion 530/6 and on the first night I went to put on my Whale blow air heater system to find it kept tripping the main MCB. On investigation by the supplier the unit was full of water. The supplier says all gaskets etc. .. where in tact and therefore its not a warranty replacement. My local dealer says it must have had a hose pipe up the flue due to the amount of water. I find this extremely hard to believe since it is stored securely on a Gold Secure site and the caravan had only not been off the site since the last time it was used it and the heater was working ok. Has anyone else had this problem? I dont want to replace the unit to find I have another expensive repair again in the future due to the root cause issue not being addressed. Thank you
  4. Hi - We have an Eriba Triton with built-in gas heater but want to buy an inexpensive electric heater, mainly for use in the awning when on electric hook-up. The main options seem to be fan heater or halogen. Fan seem to go up to about2KW and halogen up to about 1. 5KW. Does anyone have any views on their relative merits or any recommendations for particular models? Thanks very much, Paul
  5. Went away at Easter & all was well, however have come away this weekend & . ..! Both the heater & hot water will not stay on! The heater has the initial ignition butt when I come to turn on after 10 seconds it goes our, gas appears to be there. The hot water behaves them same. The fridge however is ok as is the hob & oven. Any suggestions would be a help.
  6. Hi all, I am the proud owner of a 1999 Abbey Spectrum 418 and although it is a few years old it is great condition with just a few problems; hence my joining this forum for help! Hopefully if I list the things I need help with some of you will kindly give me a steer on how to fix the problem! Carver 4000 - On electric: Slider position 1 - It does not blow cold air. Slider position 2 - It does not blow war air and there is an orange light on the slider position 2. Slider position 3 - the fan only ticks over and there is no heat. Slider position 4 - it blows heat but the heater just does its own thing and only blows after being on for 5/10 minutes. After a few minutes on full it goes back to a tick over which can hardly be heard. It works on gas although the blower doesn't turn over on any settings. Anyone have an idea on a diagnosis? As for other problems it seems to be bang on so I have done well!!! I just would like some pointers on the blow air heating system please! Thanks in advance. Nigel.
  7. Just a quick post. My Carver 1800 heater wasn't burning properly, I called my caravan service engineer to look at it. (I won't name him). He said there was a lot wrong with it and as it was old, he wasn't sure if he could get the parts, May as well scrap the van e. t. c. I contacted Gary at ARC SYSTEMS. I took the whole heater to him and within an hour he had stripped it down, Taken the cobwebs out of the burner, (despite me trying to blow down it, which made it harder for him), reassembled and tested it. . That was all that was wrong. Not expensive and I will certainly use him again. THANK YOU Gary. MORAL: Make sure you watch carefully when your engineer services your appliances P. S Gary told me he has a problem with his E-Mail system which means he can't read them at the moment but he is working on it
  8. Hello We've just joined CT as Trade Members and, to mark the occasion, we're offering FREE p&p* on all RugBuddy under-rug heaters and underlay ordered before Easter. *Saving you £12. The RugBuddy is a mains powered under-rug heater that, uniquely, is approved by the IEC as safe to use on any floor surface. It's the perfect accessory for your caravan or motor home and means you can be less reliant on other heaters that make the air stuffy and promote condensation. Image shows a RugBuddy, on its underlay, with the rug pulled back up to the top left corner. Courtesy of DeltaTIowner. The RugBuddy isn't specifically designed for caravans and motorhomes. It is used primarily as secondary heating for the home bringing warmth and comfort to areas where you spend your time. Place a RugBuddy on the floor, cover it with a rug and plug in, and you have 'area heating' by your favourite chair/ sofa, in the conservatory, under the home office desk, kitchen table, etc. Now, thanks to some lovely emails from satisfied customers, we also know they give great results in a caravan or motor home. This is why we have joined CT. "I am very happy with my rugbuddy … I have told people on my caravan park about them as they are perfect for static caravans. Kind regards, Lisette" (Bognor) "Really pleased with it, works perfectly in our motor home. Thanks. Ken" (Wellington) You can also read DeltaTIowner here on CT http://www. caravantalk. co. uk/community/topic/103549-under-carpet-heating/ When you order a RugBuddy don't forget to order an underlay from the website to insulate the Rugbuddy from your floor. You place the RugBuddy on top of the underlay and you cover it with your rug/ runner. The RugBuddy is fully portable so when the time comes to upgrade your caravan or motorhome you can take the RugBuddy with you. It only costs a few pence per hour to run. Here are the popular sizes and corresponding power ratings: 0. 5 x 1. 0 m (1'8'' x 3'3'') 60 Watts £65 +p&p 0. 5 x 1. 5 m (1'8'' x 4'1'') 90 Watts £81 +p&p 0. 5 x 2. 0 m (1'8'' x 6'7'') 120 Watts £92 +p&p 1. 0 x 1. 5 m (3'3'' x 4'11'') 180 Watts £107 +p&p If you also want one for your home, other sizes are available up to 1. 77 x 2. 51 m (600 Watts). RugBuddy was featured on BBC Radio 2 'Drivetime' show http://www. bewarmer. co. uk/listen-rugbuddy-interview-simon-mayo-drivetime-radio-2/ To order, please go to http://www. bewarmer. co. uk/rugbuddy-under-rug-heating/ and use coupon code CTEASTER to get free post and packing (UK only) until Easter. Please be reassured by our 30 Day No-Quibble Guarantee. Offer can be withdrawn at any time and is subject to change. Many thanks for your interest in RugBuddy. Best William BeWarmer Limited
  9. Hi folks, I have a 2002 Bailey moselle with the standard Truma Gas/Electric heater fitted. It works fine on Gas but the Electric side has given up on all settings. The 10A fuse is good, the green light stays on, the thermostat clicks in and out and the small on/off switch operates the relay in the PCB, I'm thinking it is the element. How easy/ difficult is it to replace please?
  10. Hi all, We have a new Truma CP Plus Combi Bolier and have just aborted a three day trip because we kept getting error messages on the digital display. We followed the instructions, filled the aquaroll, used the pump to fill the water heater, beld the hot water taps as per the instructions but neither the heating nor the water fired up. I tried EL2 (power source, Boostm timer and non timer and got error code E 5 H. I discnnected the mains power and reset the controilo panel but to no avail. I have searched Truma site for any info without success. Has anyone else had this problem and error code. The bolier just simply disnt want to know! Help!!! Keith
  11. Hello all. As per title I am looking for advice as to the problem I'm having with heating the water. First of all a little history, the heater stopped working on the electric but was ok on gas so after checking fuses, trips etc and finding no fault I removed the element and had it tested. Now, it tested ok with a meter and also worked fine when submerged in a bucket of water so I reinstsalled it. I then filled the water system and it worked, brilliant I thought that saved me a few bob (-: So now we are away in the van and its not working again, same problem no electric heating just gas. so needless to say I'm a little confused with the issue. Any help / advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  12. Hi my space heater is only blowing cold air any solutions
  13. Hi can anyone advise why my heater fault has come on and I no longer get hot water. Also, the drain plug leaks water when either connected to the mains direct or a connect by water pump to the Aquaroll?
  14. Hi I'm looking at my first caravan tonight and have been told they unsure if heater for water work as never used it it's a bailey scorpio can someone please advise how to check that's it's working please.
  15. Hi everyone! Over at BBQ Talk we have a massive 20% discount off all our Enders Patio Heaters - Just in time for your Easter break. Visit http://www. bbqtalk. co. uk/enders to view the range on offer. We recommend the Enders Trendstyle 8kW patio heater as it can be disassembled to take away on your caravan holidays! Once you've made your selection, enter E20PH at the checkout for your exclusive discount to be applied. This code will expire on 30th April 2014 at 23:59. Thanks, and have a great Easter everybody! BBQ Talk.
  16. When I went away last week my water heater wouldn't work. I took the cover of it (Carver) and when the switch was on, I could hear a clicking sound but the spark wasn't there. I lit the burner with a lighter and it came on during the time the clicking was heard, but when the clicking went off, the gas burner went off. My batteries were full and there was gas. I got it back today and the engineer came out to look at it and it works fine. I swear to god that I twiddled and jiggled every connector I could see and all the gas lines were fine but after trying 10 or more times over 3 days, it wouldn't spark or work, now the dam thing is fine. What could have gone wrong, we are all stumped. The engineer says if the solenoid was energising and clicking but no spark could be seen, he think that's a mystery
  17. I wonder if anybody can help me over a heater. I have e-mailed Gary at Arc Systems & await if he can help me. I Have a ABI Sprinter 390/2, 1999, which has had the Carver 2000A heater removed, this is highlighted in yellow marker the handbook so I assume its the correct one. I have managed to find one locally but have the following problems: 1/ how do I know the difference between a 2000A & a 2000P? 2/ what is the difference between a "right hand installation build" & a "left or right hand installation build"? Jim
  18. My caravan doesn't have hot water and so I've got a under sink electric water heater (2kw). Has anyone got any tips or idea's on how to fit it? Thanks, Mt
  19. I have an alde 3010. when using gas to heat up the caravan i get the message 'gas out' and it shuts down. there is no problem when using electricity but when using gas - I have no problem with hot water but for heating the van it just shuts down after 2 to 10 minutes. gas supply is good - have 2 full cylinders. I have tried various combinations of temp settings. any suggestions would be appreciated.
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  21. Hi All, I'm hoping that someone can help me quickly get to the root of a problem I've found since getting the trusty old girl ready for our first holiday of the year next week. The Van: Bessacarr Cameo 420 SL- 92/93 Vintage The Problem: The water heater started leaking badly when I pressurised the system yesterday. On closer inspection, it had been the subject of one of the previous owners' now infamous "repairs". The plastic spigot/inlet at the bottom of the unit had obviously leaked at the joint in the past, and someone had e-poxyed it, finishing the job nicely with several winds of PVC insulating tape- that well-known waterproofer!!! So after unwinding the lot, and inspecting the leak, I knew I had to get the pipe of- with the slightest pull I've managed to bring the ******' spigot with it! It's sheered at the inlet in the casting of the heater itself. After a few choice words, I've now blocked the pipe off so we'll have no hot water on the forthcoming trip. The big question is; is it terminal or will it be a whole new heater? I can't see just yet how that spigot attached into the main unit- wondered if it might be internally threaded. Can anyone enlighten me? Definitely a whole unit-out job as well I should think. I've attached a few photos of the various stages of the nightmare, for reference! Still Attached, Leaking Broken Off! What's left of the spigot/inlet Any tips/advice very welcome indeed!! Cheers Dave
  22. Hey Guys, I live in my van full time, and I was just wondering - I have a carver cascade 2 water heater installed, which is obviously gas. At the moment, I dont like to waste expensive calor gas so I turn on the hot water 30 mins before I want it, and turn it off after I have finished however I am wondering if this is the best option. If I switch on and leave it on, then how much will the usage of gas increase? Obviously once the water is hot the gas shuts off, then on to warm etc etc etc, or should I continue to switch on and off. I've already broken the sliding switch and had to repair it by refixing the switch on to the actual control panel so I am wondering if switching it on and off at least 2 times a day, every day will increase the amount of wear on the boiler / switch system. So based on that, I'm not sure what to do - use more gas but less wear and tear - or risk the boiler and switch failing but save gas. ..? What would you do?
  23. Hi, I have a 2007 Swift wtih a Truma Ultrastore gas / electric water heater. It has recently started to cut off when on mains 240v if swithched off and left for a few hours it sometimes re-heats . ........ not always. the water temperature when working is no diferent in temperature than before the problen started. The gas operation is fine and a great back up. Has any one had this fault and know its cause? is it likely to be the replacement of a spare part or a complete heater swap? having seen the cost of a repalcement water heater I remain optomistic. your thoughts and advice are most welcome. Thanks
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