Originally Posted by DutchRv
No it is set to auto
If there are no lights on the panel, you need to check the fuse in the power panel.
However you say it gets cold on AC, so I assume you have good 12 volts.
I further assume the stack temp sensor is not open.
Next you need to check that there is 12 volts at the solenoid when the unit is calling for gas.
Try tapping on the top of the solenoid to see if it is hanging up due to possible corrosion inside.
Beyond that, you can check if you can smell propane when it is trying to light. Do you hear a snapping sound when its trying to light?
I have attached a troubleshooting guide that can go from there.
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