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Old 10-06-2014, 09:30 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,
I have a 2000 37 ft Allegro Bus, diesel pusher. Does anyone know how to get into the front furnace compartment from the outside? The basement door does not open, but their has to be a way to access the furnace to clean and service it.
Thanks,
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Hi everyone,
I have a 2000 37 ft Allegro Bus, diesel pusher. Does anyone know how to get into the front furnace compartment from the outside? The basement door does not open, but their has to be a way to access the furnace to clean and service it.
Thanks,
Scottn1958
Some RV furnaces can only be accessed for cleaning and servicing by removing them to the inside of the coach/compartment.
(My Suberban is like that).
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On my Phaeton the front furnace can be accessed by removing the chrome exhaust fitting (6 screws) and pull + wiggle then on the bottom of the panel are 2 screws thru small brackets remove the screws, now the panel can be lifted up the same as the hinged panels but you need to support the panel.
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