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Old 01-15-2016, 03:36 PM   #1
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Truma Info?

Hi. Wondering if anyone has information or experience with the Truma line of hot water heaters or furnace/hot water heater combo units now being used in Winnebago Travato rv's? Newer product to US with too good to be true features? Looks like they have a hybrid 6 & 10 gal drop in replacement with a simple winterization feature.
I spotted the products on The Fit RV site.
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Old 01-15-2016, 04:01 PM   #2
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Hi I installed a truma combi 6 to my 31 Sovereign 1975. It's working very well an very very silent comparing with the old heating. The Combi furnace do have 4 or five hot air outlets and a automatic opening boiler valve under 3 degrees Celsius. Last time I saw its also possible to switch the furnace on and off using the mobil phone.best nmyayer
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Don't know about the water heater, but they launched a line of RV fuel cell generators about 4 years ago called VeGA. Has been discontinued due to lack of sales.
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