I need your help.
my truma combi heater c4002 won't start,only red fault light.
No fans,clicking noise, nothing
I have checked all fuses and that there is 12 volt at the boiler.
It's 18 years old and my local dealer says that he can't look at it for 3 weeks AND if theres any part gone, it will be almost impossible to get spares.
So until I get it looked at, I am looking for alternate forms of heating when wild camping.
I can think of hot water bottles but am looking for any other suggestions.
Remember on a lot of these heaters there is an additional fuse in the black control box adjacent to the heater in addition to the main power supply.
It is a glass type you would find in a car stereo ....worth a double check ?
Anyway, looks like there are loads of parts on t'interweb and I stick by my original suggestion that it sounds like the dealer can't be bothered with the job.
Could be a mechanical problem on the controller unit. Try a little WD 40 sprayed inside it... You've nothing to lose,if it doesn't work, have you.
It worked for us....
It's not where you live... It's HOW you live..
I didn't think Combis were around 18 years ago.
Last edited by taximan; 09-08-2018 at 08:41.
You might want to have a word with this fella, I have used him in the past and whilst he specialises in Carver (worth members making a note) Truma bought Carver so there is some product crossing.
One or two out there reckon they can repair them but limited in their knowledge I got saddled with a job in Wales on an old Carver fanmaster and we managed to sort it and was quite happy to freely give advice
For the cost of a phone call worth calling ?
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