Locate the locker outside the vehicle (between the drivers door and the cabin door) that houses the gas cylinders.
Check which gas bottle is supplying gas to the vehicle by checking where the small arrow is pointing on the Truma Duo Control. In this picture it is pointing to the left cylinder connection.
Turn the knob on the top of the cylinder to the left to open and to the right to close (if you are in doubt, check the diagram on the inside of the locker door).
There is a indicator at the top of the cylinder showing the gas level.
If you need to refill, visit a 'Calor' outlet (google Calor outlet for the nearest supplier). The outlet will exchange the empty cylinder for a full one at a cost of between £24-30.
DO NOT DRIVE THE VEHICLE WITH THE GAS ON!
Open the cupboard door under the oven and you will see the gas management system.
Each of the oven, hob, boiler (hot water and heating) and fridge has it's own valve, so can be individually turned on and off. If the knob is parallel to the pipe then it is off, or across the pipe is on. (see diagram next to the pipes).
** Ensure there is water in the fresh water tank before trying to turn on the the boiler.
- turn the gas management system knob (in the cupboard under the oven) with a steaming tap to open.
- On the control panel above the cabin door, press the button to the left of the power button that looks like a tap; this will start the pump. The pump will be quite noisy for a few minutes, then should run quietly.
- on the Truma Combi dial to the right of the control panel, turn the outer circle so the pointer is at the desired combination (best to feel where the pointer is on the outer dial as it is not that easy to see).
In this picture, the heating is at level 2 and very hot water are turned on.
** 2 critical safety issues
to oven bake
NEVER USE THE OVEN OR GRILL WHILST THE VEHICLE IS MOVING.