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Old 05-08-2013, 08:45 AM   #1
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2006 Rockwood Premiere Furnace Problems

Hi Everyone!
New to the forums here. I just purchased a used 2006 Rockwood Premiere and have some furnace issues. It has a Suburban DD-17DSI furnace. The furnace will not light. During my trouble shooting I found the electrode/lighter broken and have replaced, the 3-burner stove lights and I have even unhooked the gas line to the furnace and am getting gas there as well. At first I thought that maybe I had a bad regulator, but now I do not think so as I am getting flow out of the disconnected line. Could the orifice be clogged? Is that something I could change out. I hate to bring the unit into a dealer, mainly due to cost and the fact that I like to fix things myself.
Edit: I hear the solenoid actuating and the electrode sparking.

Anyone got any ideas? Thanks in advance for your help!

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Old 05-25-2013, 10:32 AM   #2
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Does the furnace fan come on? The furnace will try 3 times to light then go into fail-safe mode, you will then have to turn it off and then back on to try it again.

Try lighting your stove and run it for a minute or two, to get the air out of the propane lines. Then turn your furnace on.

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