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Old 06-19-2015, 07:19 AM   #11
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I would sniff for propane when it is trying to light and then if you smell it; check for obstructions in the flue.

If you hear sparking and no smell, bang on the gas solenoid a bit to see if it is corroded and can be tapped free. (you can also check for voltage there).

I understand there might also be a troubleshooting "code" related to the control board. (LED on the board itself?)


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Old 06-25-2015, 09:44 AM   #12
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Well after talking with the service dept at Camping World where we bought this trailer and getting less info than when I started I found a phone # for Girard tech help. Turns out there is a small limit switch installed that has a reset button on it. Push the itsy bitsy tiny button in and water. The DSI Fault light is still lit up for some reason but maybe that will go out after some more use, time will tell.

Hope this info will help others having similar issues.

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