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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-06-2021, 22:55 Thread Starter
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Truma Gas Regulator CE 0085 BM0272 - stopped working after collision but can't find r

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My campervan was struck along the wing mirror by another van today, and my gas supply seems to have stopped working.



I guess that it might be the collision detection in the regulator, but having looked at it properly for the first time I can't any reset switch. Is there definitely even a collision detection device in this?



Any ideas what might have gone wrong or how to get it started again?
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For the avoidance of doubt, there's a little yellow nub on each side and they're definitely not buttons.
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If it's got one, there will be a green button to press to reset. If there isn't the problem is elsewhere, and it's unrelated to the bash.


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I'm pretty sure that regulator does not have a crash control device.

What van is it, there are other types of auto shut off used, do you have any switches or lights associated with your gas supply that you are aware of?


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Try another regulator. It's always handy to carry a spare anyway if that's not the case.

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I think one of the yellow bits is for a gas engineer to check for leaks on the whole system, I would Google that regulator, in any case, to see what you have for future reference, knowledge is more useful before it all goes wrong.


May sound a bit pedantic (it's what we do) but it Seems is a bit vague, check all appliances to see if you can smell or light them if you can then the regulator is at least partly working.
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