Suburban Furnace Blower / Startup Issue
Just brought home my first RV...a 2013 ROO 183. I have been getting familiar with it here at the house before our first planned trip in March. Yesterday, I ran into an issue with the furnace...a Suburban NT-20SQ.
After plugging in shore power, opening the LP valve, and closing the battery disconnect switch, I started the furnace by moving the Suburban thermostat from "off" to the midpoint between off and "warmer."
After normal startup and running fine for a few minutes, I lost the shore power connection (GFCI tripped in the house) and the blower began a series of strange sounds as it wound down, at which time I switched the thermostat to "off."
I then restored shore power, but the furnace will not start. I have followed all directions in the owner's manual and it will not start. The blower will not kick on. The furnace makes a clicking sound twice after moving the thermostat to on but the blower does not start and the furnace does not ignite.
Any help in troubleshooting would be greatly appreciated.