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Old 10-20-2015, 04:52 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by kody View Post
I had the exact problem with my 2014 Sandpiper 385 FKBH last season and at the beginning of this season. If you have propane there are only two things that can be wrong; either the thermocouple or the circuit board. The thermocouple detects whether you have flame after the ignition sequence. If no flame is detected it shuts off the propane and the furnace. If the circuit card is the problem you get the same indications. The only way the tech investigating mine could determine the fault was to remove the furnace and replace one component at a time until it ran properly and produced heat.
And that's what the guy told me once we got back into town and I took it to be winterized.

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Old 11-12-2015, 07:25 AM   #12
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I had the same problem and had to pull the furnace and clean the exhaust. The dirt dobbers plugged it up with their nest. Once cleaned she ran perfectly. Bought an exhaust screen to fix the problem.

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