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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 22-12-2010, 17:38 Thread Starter
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Truma Boiler water heating

I am at the moment in the UK Gosport area.My problem is that my Truma heater has a problem that is getting worse.The hot water even when on the lowest setting 40c is nearly boiling.Any ideas what to check how to check and/or is there a man local to Gosport that can work on these boilers.
Sorry not sure what type of boiler but it is a Truma warm air on a 2001 Hymer B574

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I would put my money on the thermostat probe not working or the controling software.

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I would try Johns Cross Motorhomes, they are very active on here and have been extremely helpful to members

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Thank you for your replies I will have a poke about and see if I can find this probe thingy but I may have to ring J.C.M.

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If its a combi boiler and you have the blown air on the water will get a lot hotter than normal.
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