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12/7/2010 at 10:20pm
 Location: West Kirby
 Outfit: Hymer 470 trailer caravan
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Hello, my friend's Autosleeper Nuevo (3 litre TDI )heater is hopeless in winter. Have checked the water circulation which is OK. Has anyone any experience of being able to improve it please? Thank you


12/7/2010 at 11:04pm
 Location: Liverpool
 Outfit: IH TIO R
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I'm afraid there is no way that you can improve the heating output, you sure your friend's van is a 3 litre and not a 2.8???. I had a catalogue of a firm in or very near Derby, they specialised in vehicles electrics ie. all sorts of connectors  and spade terminals etc. etc., but they also did some heaters that could be retro fitted to some motorhomes, ie. like some of the Rapido ranges. i had a 709 F with a rear heater that was a must. But unfortunately i have lost their address. Try a google search and see what comes up??

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13/7/2010 at 9:26am
 Location: West Kirby
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Thank you for the info., I will follow it up. Best regards


13/7/2010 at 11:13am
 Location: Ilkla moor baht' at
 Outfit: Compass castaway 500 LL
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I have an 07 Pug & that's useless too

mick


13/7/2010 at 11:21am
 Location: Goole
 Outfit: CI Carioca 656
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Hang a blanket behind the front seats or pull some curtains.

The heat is going backwards and getting lost in the big habitation area.

They need to make the space smaller so the heater can be more effective.

Ben



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