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RE: Urgent!! Brand new furnace not working

imwilling to bet trash from install is blocking the sale switch Sail switch may be jammed or hi-temp thermistor is bad from the factory. OP stated (added to original post I should add that it is not even attempting to start, no clicking, no fan no nothing It is a DC power problem......either fuse/fuse clips/t-stat/circuit board Fan has start run before ANYTHING else can happen.
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 05:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Trailer King tires

Trailer King Who is TBC Personally I don't like or run 'ST' tires of ANY brand I use 'LT' tires
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 05:25pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do You Hang Lights From Your Awning?

When we hit the road GF was so excited about getting awning lights so we shopped around until she find just the right ones to go with our motif/lifestyle/adventure. I spent couple hours hanging the lights, running wiring getting it just right......looked gooooooood! Then storm blew in, wind picked up and I ripped the lights down just in time to get awning retracted and saved for damage. That was the end of awning lights!!!!!!!!! Put a 'blue blub' in porch light and called it gooooooood after that :B
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 04:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Urgent!! Brand new furnace not working

Typical reasons for not refiring Blocked/obstructed exhaust Low propane pressure Spark electrode not positioned directly over burner slot Dirty/loose connector on circuit board On Edit: Just saw your edited addition.....no nothing 12V DC power (from dc dist fuse panel) goes directly to furnace control board (timed delay section) and to t-stat. When t-stat contacts make up dc power is sent to control board to trigger power to fan motor. Fan MUST run before anything else can take place. So issue is: *with blown fuse in dc dist fuse panel (Or fuse clips are loose) *t-stat contacts or faulty t-stat *loose/bad contact on connector on control board *bad circuit track on timed delay section of control board
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 04:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: Check your newer Suburban HW Heater

Looks like the rolled edges in the pic can chafe both the Red wires at the top and at least one of the Black wires at the bottom. The pic is SW6 series. Is this the model OP found the problem with? I think a split piece of hose/tubing over the sharp edge would be a good safety. Point is..that is the way Suburban has been doing the t-stat cut-out area for years and years whether 6, 10, 12 gallon heaters. Asking if they have changed their normal procedure or if it's the same old way as usual.
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 04:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Bakken oil patch fires

http://www.trbimg.com/img-53c7234c/turbine/la-la-na-dakota-gas03-jpg-20140716/700/700x394 HERE is an article about flaring and what ND is trying to do about it.
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 04:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: Braking Systems

Might find better info HERE
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 03:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What is it?

Oh what the heck........lay down and look under truck
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 03:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Will a Raptor 332 take a 37' cover???

Guess if you pull real tight and stretch that 37' cover so that it is 8" longer it will go over your 37'8" TH
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 03:11pm Toy Haulers
RE: Wheel weights for heavy 5ers?

If it spins........alignment, balance and air pressure
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 01:40pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2010 dutchmen denali

Hard to tell........several different models of Denali TTs
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 01:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Atwood Water Heater not heating

First... Were you using electric or gas? Did red light on panel come on? Does the gas burner come on at all? IF burner comes on.....how long does it fire before turning off? After it fires...pop open PRV (press relief valve) in outside compartment. CAUTION: WATER SHOULD BE VERY HOT *Check valve on backside of water heater tank in hot outlet line sticking close/plugged restricting hot water flow *Bypass valve open---not fully closed on line that connects cold with hot on backside of water heater tank *Showers not being turned off at cold/hot knobs just with button on handle will cause warm water due to mixing in shower faucet Course that is IF water heater is turning on
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 01:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: low pressure in kit sink

Its possible to blow a fuse if you use the water pump and be hooked up to city water. Why :H
Old-Biscuit 10/22/14 12:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best way to hook up sewer hoses for two holding tank?

You can use a 3" wye at the CG connections and run hoses from each drain to wye https://images3.campingworld.com/CampingWorld/images/products/multiimages/1000x1000/31209nnew2.jpg height=450 width=450 You can run hose from one drain to wye and then one hose to CG connection https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-_wkQ294_68Y/TWALSgPhjJI/AAAAAAAAHVk/utD6f_x9jEo/s800/Double%252520Holding%252520Tanks.jpg You can run one hose from front drain (black/grey) tanks to CG connection and use a drain cap with garden hose connection, run garden hose to fitting that 3" hose connects to and has a plugged connection for garden hose (if rear tank is grey) https://images3.campingworld.com/CampingWorld/images/products/6000/1000x1000/6383n.jpg height=200 width=200 https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQkjD8keuv5_63i87LHLYzvE9Ot9GTZeQP00lUzRZM_kg_juEG-6Q Depends on what you want to carry around/stow
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 11:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: '92 Jayco faucet parts?

1992 vintage....are the faucets even rebuildable. Typically the RV faucets are not. If you can disassemble....then take old parts to ACE Hardware/Home Depot/Lowes etc. and see if you can match up with Delta/Moen/Price Pfister If you can't disassemble OR match parts..replace with residential faucet that can be rebuilt later on
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 11:28pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Check your newer Suburban HW Heater

Are the cut-out area edges no longer rolled inward like in this pic? http://cdn.forestriverforums.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=13978&d=1337210425
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 11:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Loss of Shore Power

What is problem with bypassing transfer switch? Remove cover on transfer switch.....swap shore power and gen input leads to transfer switch. Switch is allowing power from gen to main panel..swap the leads and you have shore power. Then get another transfer switch OR completely do away with auto transfer and install 'manual' transfer. After 2 of them failed----I did.
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 11:18pm Tech Issues
RE: What 5 R's are Aluminum Framed

All NUWA HitchHiker II models have aluminum studs but use wood rafters Could sell you mine :B
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 11:12pm Fifth-Wheels

You seem to not want to answer simple questions......bye!
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 10:54pm Class A Motorhomes

i looked at it just now . it is a 'dometic' fridge . i use gas only . at one time it showed 28*in the food section , but then maintained 40* . i prefer colder . im learning as you talk . i appreciate ALL ideas . i did not know that the freezer / refgir were seperate circuits . i can check more tomorrow .......... thanks again ......... steve OK Dometic....... But which Model (Dometic has a bunch :B) The 28*F------40*F in food section OK How/where are you taking those temp readings? Wall, fins, glass water etc. More info....
Old-Biscuit 10/21/14 05:45pm Class A Motorhomes
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