Stripping a customers van back to do work and noted bits of what appeared to be chewed up packaging in the bottom of some lockers, didn’t think much of it as the owner had a Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail
Customer bought a van in for a standard Hab Service and pre – requested a full fridge service at the same time as “not working well on gas”. Stripped the external access panels off and this is what greeted us: Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail
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Here in Outdoorbits we seem to be encountering a spate of High carbon monoxide readings whilst doing Habitation Services recently, more alarmingly the response from owners when informed is that its never been picked up at prior Habitation checks. Now the actual Habitation Service isn’t a mandatory item and as such has no legal requirement … Continue reading Carbon Monoxide Issues
Carrying out a Habitation service on a customers van this morning and we pulled off the front of the Truma Trumatic Heater to change the igniter box battery and clean behind and thought I would show you a photo of how much build up of combustible materials can take place and the reason why hab … Continue reading Fire, Fire, Fire, well almost !
Well up until today we have conducted rcd testing using simple plug in testers. We have now taken delivery of our full test pack which includes a full on RCD Tester which tests response times of RCDs’ allowing us to see how safe the RCD is and that it is responded in the required timescales. … Continue reading RCD Testing in a motorhome