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Truma 10amp Fuse Trumatic C 6002EH + Combi Boiler 4

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Truma 10amp Fuse for use in the Trumatic C 6002EH + Truma Combi boiler 4

ONLY BE AVAILABLE AS PART OF THE FUSE KIT T104AH COMBI

pack of 10 fuses

3 Customer Reviews on Truma 10amp Fuse Trumatic C 6002EH + Combi Boiler 4

Slow Burn Fuses As Spares For My Truma Combi Boiler

by (19 Apr 2018)
5 star review(5/5)
I thought I was getting a couple of fuses but the pack must have contained 10 or 12 of them. Promptly supplied as ever by Leisure Shop Direct.

Truma Combi Fuses

by (14 Oct 2016)
5 star review(5/5)
10 amp Fuse, for Trumatic Combi Boiler. Delivered by Royal Mail (2 days) Not used yet , bought for spares.

TRUMA Combi 4e - Replacement Boiler Fuse

by (12 Mar 2016)
5 star review(5/5)
The fuses supplied were the H 10 amp 250 v type. ie the High Rumpuring Capacity ceramic type fuse for the 240v part of the boiler circuit board. The fuse pictured in the ad were the glass time delay T10 amp 250v type fuse for the 12v part of the boiler circuit board. Don't use the wrong one in either place on the boards ! they work differently. Replacement of the mains fuse solved the boiler problem of only running on gas. Have now fitted anti surge adaptor to boiler mains supply to hopefully prevent future surge failures on the boiler fuse.
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