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RE: Atwood 8531-IV DCLP Furnace Not Working

Relay is operating correctly. Going back to original thought of dirty sail switch!
enblethen 11/17/19 10:22am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood 8531-IV DCLP Furnace Not Working

continuity when wires are disconnected and reading the blue wires? If the furnace operates with blue wires jumpered as you indicated earlier, there does seem to be problem inside the furnace.
enblethen 11/17/19 10:15am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood 8531-IV DCLP Furnace Not Working

Sounds like the relay in the AC unit is not closing contacts. Just because you hear the click does not mean contacts are closing. You could disconnect the blue wires from furnace, connect ohmmeter to the wires, turn the furnace on via the thermostat. You should hear the click and the meter should show continuity if working properly.
enblethen 11/17/19 09:54am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood 8531-IV DCLP Furnace Not Working

Sail switch is located in the back of the furnace on top of the fan housing. You may have to remove the plastic cover. It is hard to see. It is very small, with the arm sticking into the fan housing. you can locate the white wire on the circuit board, then follow it to the limit switch(verify that the limit switch has continuity) then white wire continues to the sail switch. I am looking at my manual. color may vary. Manual from Bryant RV I reread your last paragraph. Sounds like dirty sail switch or open limit switch. Yes it could be loose or broken connection.
enblethen 11/17/19 09:03am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood Furnace Not Working

Go to the furnace, locate the two blue wires. Connect them together. This should start the furnace fan, within short period 10-20 seconds the furnace should produce heat. If nothing happens verify 12 volts DC to furnace. No power, probably fuse. Power but no fan check small circuit breaker mounted on fan housing. Fan comes on but no heat, blow the furnace out, paying attention to the sail switch area.
enblethen 11/17/19 08:38am Tech Issues
RE: Looking for Recommendations for a Replacement Water Pump

I would get a later model of the Shur-flo pump. Shur-flo pump
enblethen 11/16/19 05:05pm Tech Issues
RE: IOTA Circuit breaker Box

You should not backfeed the 120 volt system from an inverter! This does not have any safeguards to prevent backfeeding into the power suppliers system.
enblethen 11/15/19 10:40am Tech Issues
RE: IOTA Circuit breaker Box

The breakers plug into the buss work. You may have to pry slightly. The plug in is on the opposite end from where the wire attaches. There is no latch! When dead front is re-installed, it holds the breakers in place.
enblethen 11/14/19 09:07am Tech Issues
RE: Tire chains needed?

I see you are in WA. You must carry tire chains with your 4x4. You do not have to put them on unless signs say "All vehicles must use chains". You state that you are over 10,000 pounds. This puts a slightly different light on subject. Most other times you can travel in four wheel drive. From WSDOT website. WSDOT winter driving 4WD/AWD and chains 4WD/AWD vehicles (under 10,000 pounds) do not need chains installed during "chains required" notices, but drivers still must carry chains with them in case conditions worsen and they're required to install chains during a "chains required on all vehicles" notice.
enblethen 11/12/19 08:23pm Truck Campers
RE: IOTA Circuit breaker Box

You could call Best converter. They are very good on providing information. I would take your breaker into store to match it up!
enblethen 11/12/19 10:06am Tech Issues
RE: IOTA Circuit breaker Box

The breakers should be available at most big box hardware stores. I believe you are asking for a "twin" breaker" Not a double pole. Lowes 20 amp tandem breaker Best converter
enblethen 11/12/19 09:17am Tech Issues
RE: ? Power Cord Protective Cap

Use one of your wife's socks! Or her ski mitten!
enblethen 11/10/19 03:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Running Lights Trouble

What type of skin is on the rig, metal or fiberglass? many metal skinned rigs uses the skin as ground.
enblethen 11/10/19 10:47am Tech Issues
RE: Running Lights Trouble

This style for testing a standard seven way receptacle.7 way tester Please clarify what is working. Do the taillights work? Does any of the small clearance lights work?
enblethen 11/09/19 05:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Magnetek 3230 power converter problem

Some older converters had two outputs from the converter, one filtered and one unfiltered. My guess is that the filtered side has failed. Possible capacitor.
enblethen 11/08/19 08:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Monaco module board PN 16626855

I would call Colaw !
enblethen 11/08/19 06:15pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Loose tow bar in receiver

Look at different draw bars. Some have rounded corners and some have square corners. The rounded corner ones have more slop then the square cornered ones. Some receivers develope cracks in the corners. Some do not have reinforcing bands around the draw bar face. The better anti-rattle units strength the receiver.
enblethen 11/08/19 09:22am Tech Issues
RE: Cell service in Canada

We have the Travel Pass from Verizon. It worked good for us. Only used it for long period couple years ago. On this trip we just shut the phone off for a day or two at a time to avoid incoming calls. Short trip we used it and didn't see the daily charge.
enblethen 11/07/19 05:44pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Need help bad!!

Thanks for the update!
enblethen 11/06/19 06:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Need help bad!!

Verify the main fuse is good. Just because the solenoid clicks doesn't mean you have main power to it.
enblethen 11/06/19 05:18pm Tech Issues
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