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Maybe one of the tubes has got disconnected somehow and the heat is going under the seat instead of out the other end? A better explanation of the fault would be useful.

 

Edit - Sorry just noticed there's another post on same topic. If any mods are looking in today maybe they could lock this one?

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2019 Ford Kuga 2. 0 (150 bhp) AWD Manual and 2022 Coachman Acadia GTS 565.

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hi i have truma s3002 there is a problem blowing heat under the seat,

 

 

 

Is the fan actually blowing air out of ANY vents. ..or is the fan not running ? Edited by ericfield
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i checked the fuses there grand, inless there one on the heater

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The fan is powered from the 12v battery supply.

Is your 12v supply switched on?

Is the fan switch on top of the heater in the on position?

Brian

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iam runing of eletric, my caravan battery is flatwould that be the problam

On the S3002, I believe the fan runs off a separate 12v transformer placed very locally to the rear of the fan - It's a black plastic lump. .. - When running on battery the supply is fed from that instead.

 

The most common cause of the fan not working is usually the switch on the unit, this is a plug in module and can be replaced. The other possibility is that the fan motor has gone, but this switch is much more common.

You need to speak with Arc. ..

An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.

Mahatma Gandhi

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iam runing of eletric, my caravan battery is flatwould that be the problam

Are any other 12v items (eg lights) working? If, they are, then the supply is ok.

 

I thought? there was an inline fuse in side the fire case. ...but I may be mistaken.

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iam runing of eletric, my caravan battery is flatwould that be the problam

Possibly, but the 240v electric should charge the battery. If not then your battery charger is defective or disconnected.

Is the battery voltmeter showing any volts?

If not, then the fan won't run

Brian

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yes my charger isnt working. ther is no 12v transformer in the back of the fan.

It is usually on the floor area behind the unit I believe but it may depend on the van.

An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.

Mahatma Gandhi

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Under the front seat behind the battery box ;)

 

It'll look like this post-31235-1242810165_thumb.jpg

Paul B

. .......Mondeo Estate & Elddis Avanté 505 (Tobago)

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its ok paul i got it sorted. it was the battery its run by. thanks for all your help people thanks

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its ok paul i got it sorted. it was the battery its run by. thanks for all your help people thanks

 

Glad it sorted, but once its working you'll be asking how to turn the heat down in the bathroom :lol:

Paul B

. .......Mondeo Estate & Elddis Avanté 505 (Tobago)

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Glad it sorted, but once its working you'll be asking how to turn the heat down in the bathroom :lol:

lol paul

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