Truma Gas Regulator CE 0085 BM0272 - stopped working after collision but can't find r
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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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.