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Old 09-04-2016, 01:49 PM   #11
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Found it! Thanks. Felt pretty dumb when I looked down and there it was ugh
Wow, you got a response from the factory honcho on the Sunday of Labor Day Weekend. Who else offers that knd of customer care and service? Few if any.

Bravo Brian!!!!
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Old 09-04-2016, 01:50 PM   #12
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Bobby, he's the man!!!!
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Old 09-04-2016, 02:56 PM   #13
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Impressive. And I keep chanting "I love my Lexington, I love my Lexington"!!
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Old 09-05-2016, 12:54 AM   #14
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Dont know about yours.Our furnace quit last night we spent a cold night .This morning I found we had run out of propane during the night.our old trailer would run the furnace and blow cold air then shut down.This trailer (15 Blue Ridge)the heater will not turn on when out of propane.check to see if you have propane if your heater wont come on.
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Success, bad fuse, mislabeled

Since nothing happened when the thermostat/controller told furnace to come on--- implied switch/electrical/relay problem.

checked fuses F17 and F18 which are labeled Furnace 1 and Furnace 2; they were fine. note that these fuses supply power to the front and bedroom heating cooling/ac controls

From there the manual says there is an on/off switch in on the furnace
pulled cover see pictures. switch is there and was in on position.
cycled switch still did not work.

somewhat at loss, I did not see an easy what to test for power on the furnace control board. So I just ran through the 40ish fuses for the unit looking for one that said "chk" .

Found F09 which is labeled "roof AC" bad fuse swapped out and furnace works as it is supposed to. Not sure if we can reprogram the labels on the fuse panel. In any case worth making a note on your furnace manual if you have it.

thanks for all the helpful suggestions and info.

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that's my David!!! Hooray for his brilliance and our working furnace!!
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Glad you were able to get your heat going.

I am curious as to how you checked your fuses. I am guessing there is a fuse checking tool but I was not aware of them.
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Was it digitally labeled in the software or was it a written label?
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Bobby, there is a digital display that you can cycle through to check the fuses. On each fuse, it says ok or check. Brian, as above, digitally labeled.
Thanks again, to the two of you for your assistance.
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Bobby, there is a digital display that you can cycle through to check the fuses. On each fuse, it says ok or check. Brian, as above, digitally labeled.
Thanks again, to the two of you for your assistance.
I was unaware that helpful feature existed, very cool.
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