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Old 09-08-2011, 11:34 AM   #1
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The Blower continues to run but no Ignition, I can smell gas and I thinking I hear it clicking trying to ignite, but the blower just keeps running until I turn it off.
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Could be several things causing it not to light. When was the last time it worked normal? Check gas supply at the burner, pressure, etc., look for spider webs in the gas intake. Have you ever cleaned the burner, and heat chamber? Any evidence of "sooting" at heat chamber exhaust outside is bad.....gas/air ratio not correct, needs cleaning. Rook
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If you smell gas on the inside of the coach, shut the unit down immediately and go to an authorized service center. With the sealed combustion chamber you should never smell propane inside the unit. If the gas smell is outside the unit than some of the suggestions already stated may help.
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