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Old 04-29-2013, 06:21 PM   #31
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As a couple of folks stated here you were given great info about the propane end of the issue, but as you state I do not think this is your issue, you need to understand all the safety parts built into anything propane these days, like the post before states if the blower dose not come and purge the firebox that (DI) direct ignition will try and fire the propane three times and at point closes the propane to the furnace so no propane can leak in. So you need to turn off all power to the furnace wait about two minutes before you try the cycle again, now I think you have tried that so now you need to check for a blown fuse or a chewed wire or in some bad cases the squire cage might be full of mouse debris. So good luck and happy camping

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Old 04-29-2013, 06:31 PM   #32
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Just posted a Attwood Furnance related problem...have no idea on what is going on..never happened before and do not know what to look for...also on a lighter note, the pull handle for my black water tank came off in my hand this morning when I went to dump....the rod is threaded, so I tried rethreading it back on the valve end, no it on enough to make then dump..tomorrow I am taking the bellow cover off the check it out..Screwed in a threaded bolt into the rod shaft, the threads are fine...affraid the bolt end coming out of the dump valve may be defective...will try to get thread tap on it that end...

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