Definitely spoke too soon... Schnebby worked beautifully last night, turned the switch this morning, and nothing. I think it might be the fuse, but it is now Friday night, and I have spent too many Friday nights working on Schenbby, so it can wait until the morning!
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04-12-11, 22:46 #32Registered User
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we have a reflec heater drip fed with no rads heats a cw 34 no problem and it takes all the condensation out running 24/7 last winter it used about £12 per week at about 75 degrees
05-12-11, 09:56 #33
Just back from a long week working on the boat in Milford Haven, living in the motorhome. Heating and cooking is by a Gaslow refillable autogas cylinder. It was empty when we left home, filled up with about 15 litres costing £10 and heating is still running. Heating was on morning and evening every day. Insulation in the van seems to be excellent.Answers to some technical queries at http://coxengineering.sharepoint.com