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Old 07-04-2015, 03:17 PM   #11
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Old 07-04-2015, 09:34 PM   #12
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Suburban Furnace Igniting Sporatically

Same problem on a brand new 2403WS. Can be a real irritant on a cold morning. Anyway, the service tech found the problem, a cracked insulator on the igniter. It was giving us the same result as a cracked spark plug in a car, intermittent plug fire. Easy to fix, just have to take the furnace apart. Now the furnace is apart in the trailer galley, parts on order and reservations for next week. Any bets????
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Old 07-05-2015, 12:54 AM   #13
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Hello from Maine!

our vacation in our a122s at Acadia is going well except our Suburban NT-26SEQ is acting up. We are running on 20 amp service. Propane is fine (water heater and stove working well).

The furnace doesn't try to ignite most times, but every 7-8 times it "clicks" and fires up.

I've searched forums for anyone with this same sporadic issue, but haven't found this exact problem.

Anyone with any ideas for a possible campground fix? Keep in mind I am the least handy person around, but I do have some tools and can kick the trailer pretty hard.

Thanks
were thinking the "clicks" is the sail switch or gas valve. the insulator would not come into play.
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Same problem on a brand new 2403WS. Can be a real irritant on a cold morning. Anyway, the service tech found the problem, a cracked insulator on the igniter. It was giving us the same result as a cracked spark plug in a car, intermittent plug fire. Easy to fix, just have to take the furnace apart. Now the furnace is apart in the trailer galley, parts on order and reservations for next week. Any bets????
Did that fix things Maggie?
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