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Old 02-11-2012, 02:11 PM   #1
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Georgetown gas pusher questions

Just got 2007 391 and have quite a few questions. Not much information came with it:

It has two furnaces, one under kitchen stove and another under Refrig.
I can get the under refrig going using the front thermostat control. How does the other one kick in?

Also can't seem to clear trip computer of gallons used or miles gone. Avg speed I could do.

Where is water pump and water tank?

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Old 02-12-2012, 08:43 AM   #2
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Do you have two AC Units? I would think that the second t-stat would control the second furnace. We only have one furnace but 2 AC Units. The front t-stat controls the furnace but the second t-stat only controls the rear AC unit.
Your chassis is different than mine but to clear the trip odometer I just push in on the piece pertruding through the clear plastic and hold it for a couple seconds.
In our case the water pump is over top the propane tank in a compartment that has a 4" round screw out plug. Otherwise if you can't locate it there, put water in the fresh water tank turn the pump on and open a faucet and listen for the noise of the pump.

to the Forums and congrats on the 391.

Hopefully some of the 391 owners on the forum can give you better info about the 391.

You can contact John Armstrong at FR. I've known John for years and he's always been helpful.

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Old 02-12-2012, 07:53 PM   #3
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The second thermostat does control the other furnace I descovered but the fuse is blown. Replace it and it blows right away again.

Need help in finding short in furnace 12 volt feed
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The second thermostat does control the other furnace I descovered but the fuse is blown. Replace it and it blows right away again.

Need help in finding short in furnace 12 volt feed
Maybe check at the furnace itself - maybe the positive side got nicked and is an easy find - hopefully that is the case or look behind the thermostat - have seen where they strip the wire back too much and two wires are super close

I use whats called a Fox and Hound or a Wire Toner - when trying to locate wires and works best when trying to find a particular pair the only thing you would need to do is pull the fuse before you try to tone it out.

If that doesnt work then you will have to hopefully follow the wires back to the fuse panel but I say good luck with that one cause its gonna be a pain in the arse going that route
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