Truma vanmover TE

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Does anyone have any experience of adjusting these in terms of the pressure they exert on the tyres.
Mine is slipping on one side only

Thanks in advance
Chris
 
Nov 16, 2015
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Welcome to the forum Chris, Normally a slipping Motor mover is due to the gap between the tyre and the MM roller when "retracted". See here https://www.google.com/search?q=truma+vanmover&oq=truma+vanmover&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60l2j33.9896j0j7&client=tablet-android-samsung&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8.

It is not easy to adjust, so unless your handy with the spanner get a mobile mechanic in to do the job.
 
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You should have the user and installation instructions which will tell you how it should be adjusted.

If you don't have the instructions you should contact your fitter or dealer, or you might find info on the Truma website.
 
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Anseo said:
https://www.truma.com/web/downloadcenter/files/truma-mover-se-te-installation-operating-en.pdf

By undoing the boltsclamp mechanism between the chassis and the lateral bar, you can adjust the distance between the tyre and the motor mover rollers.

Use something hard and the correct measurement to help adjusting the gap between roller and tyres. Bit of timber or plastic helps.
 

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