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General Discussion / The CF60 is back
« on: November 22, 2018, 06:20:55 PM »
This looks to be a good price for a 60l fridge that fits in the Topaz Series 1 front box ... even thought it says ‘introductory offer’, it looks near identical to the Waeco CF60 that I ran in the Topaz for 5 years, which was discontinued when they brought out the CFX series (even though they retained the CF50 at the time).

General Discussion / Trailer weights
« on: February 15, 2017, 09:00:08 PM »

For Sale or Wanted / Topaz Murranji - 2011
« on: April 29, 2016, 10:22:35 PM »
This top of the range Series 1 Topaz Murranji is in excellent condition and fully equipped, with many additional features, including

- 2nd 100AH Battery and 25amp charger upgrade
- 3rd Gas Bottle and tray
- Annexe Walls and Draft Skirt
- Innerspring Mattress Pillowtop upgrade
- 240v outside outlet, plus two in kitchen
- 12v Fan – Sirocco
- Redarc BCDC1240 charger.

One owner, with full service history (just serviced).

It can be viewed at Outback HQ, Bayswater North, Victoria.  Full details and pix

Price $64,900

Please PM me, or text on 0411 018 960


Topaz Topaz / Webasto 85L vs Waeco 80L
« on: May 31, 2014, 10:57:43 PM »
Is anyone able to offer views on the power-saving efficiencies and other features (eg layout) of the new Topaz 85L fridge (with the smart energy controller) vs the old Waeco model, please?
The Webasto website suggests that it should be considerably better, but wondering if we have any 'live' users out there.

Topaz Topaz / Replacing fluoro tubes
« on: January 05, 2014, 09:52:31 PM »
I'm trying to get the lens cover off one of the four fluoro lights under the kitchen hatches in my Series 1 (in order to replace the tube with an LED one).  But the screws just spin, and TT seem to think that they have a nut set ... so, in essence, impossible to get off unless I drill out the rivets to get the whole under-panel off so that I can get to the nut.
Has anyone else had to solve for this, please?
(Was able to replace a tube in the ceiling channel, as can access the screw and nut.)

Topaz Topaz / Topaz HWS
« on: January 02, 2014, 10:10:22 PM »
Hi, all
I have a 2011 Series 1.  Can't seem to get the hot water going on 240v, but can on gas.  Black rocker switch is on, and I've tried with the Hager circuit-breaker type switch (next to the power switch) in both positions (never sure which is on!). Whether I put the Truma Boiler switch on 60 or 70, the red light comes on shortly after. As I said, when I switch to gas, works fine.
Any clues, please?

Tvan Tvan / sirocco fan - a non-starter, sometimes!
« on: April 02, 2013, 08:49:12 PM »
hi, all
my sirocco fan (2011 topaz) doesn't always start when turned on
i need to give the blade a spin by hand, and then the motor kicks in - all good after that
has anyone else experienced this, please, or have any suggestions how to rectify?
thanks, pi

Topaz Topaz / Sunshade sides for Topaz awning
« on: January 29, 2013, 10:08:15 PM »
Hi, All
I have the full annex kit for my Topaz, but I'm looking to set-up a 'lite' option with UV-protection sunshade walls, flared out at an angle.  (More flexible, and doesn't have the inherent complexity of setting up a full-annex to the Topaz's unique shape!)
From what I have seen (eg -, the standard drop is 1.83m for the side wall, and 2.3m for the angled end-drops - both of which are sized for standard vans so come up short for the Topaz.
Has anyone come across any longer products 'off-the-shelf', please?  (The side wall also requires the thinner 'Fiamma' style rope track.)
Thanks.  pi

Introduction / pi says hi
« on: March 06, 2012, 05:39:47 PM »
G'day, just dropping a line to introduce myself.
Topaz owner since Aug '11.
We starting off in the mid-80s with a Jayco Dove (wind-up), followed by Jayco pop-top, Cameron Camper with 12' tent, Cameron 'concept top' (if you like canvas, a great unit) ... and then after years of looking, looking, looking, and after a particularly wet pack-up last Easter, decided finally to treat ourselves with a minimum set-up maximum functionality unit!
No big trips planned at this stage, but looking forward to many weekends away in the high-country and other gems around Victoria until some longer slabs of time appear in the calendar.
Looking forward to contributing to the TTF.

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