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Old 11-24-2015, 09:55 AM   #1
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365SAQB Issues and questions

I recently purchased a Sierra 365SAQB and have noticed some things that I'm hoping you fine people have answers to.

First and foremost: Our furnace would not light yesterday, which happened to coincide with the first night below freezing this year.
It fired up the day before so I'm fairly certain that there are not obstructions in the intake or vent.
When I set the heat to turn it on the blower spins up and starts pushing cold air for 30 seconds until the lack of ignition shuts it down. I've ensured I do, in fact, have propane and that it's flowing to my other appliances. I've read about the sail switch or checking the pilot light but I'm not sure where the access to my furnace is on my model.

Second: My water pump pulses, is this normal?
I've tried to find an access to try bleeding air out of the pump but again I just do not know where to look for that.

Third: I'm looking for recommendations to reduce the sway of the unit. When one of my munchkins rolls over in their bunk the whole darn thing sways. I've read some reviews about x-chocks helping with that but does anyone here have practical experience with them?

Also any recommendations about heated water hoses or securing the random air leaks through out the unit to help us winter over would be much appreciated.


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Old 12-05-2015, 09:50 AM   #2
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Hi Fury. I have the 376BHOK which is about 43 ft long. I bought the X-chocks and feel that they work pretty well. I also got the king pin stabilizer and I can really feel the difference even though I only used it one time before the season was over here in NJ and I had to bring my unit back to the dealer for more warranty issues.

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Old 12-06-2015, 06:00 PM   #3
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I can second the x-chock. It does help minimize front to back movement. I would recommend them. I do not yet have a king pin stabilizer so cannot comment on that.

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Old 03-14-2016, 07:04 PM   #4
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I have the X chocks and pin stabilizer and I don't notice sway to much at all.

I really haven't had any issues with my rig
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Old 06-18-2016, 07:23 PM   #5
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Pump surge, check to make sure the antifreeze hose cap has a good rubber seal, happened on ours
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