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Old 01-07-2015, 08:33 PM   #1
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Rear furnace

I give up. Can not figure out how to access rear furnace in a allegro 35qba.
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Old 01-08-2015, 06:21 AM   #2
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I have a 2013 35 QBA and had to replace the limit switch. You get to that from the inside by taking of the wooden panel under the fridge. You then take out I believe the 4 screws that hold the rear plate on. It might be 2 screws. The rear plate has the ducts attached and the ducts on mine were long enough to swing the plate out of the way to access the limit switch. To get to the other components you remove the outside cover. Once you take the 4 screws out the cover was almost like glued on with a bead of silicone, but it does come off if you take you time and work your way around the perimeter gently pulling it away from the paint as you go. I did not have to remove mine but I am sure you would have to take the gas line off first and then remove whatever screws are in the bottom front lip.
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Thanks but they must have moved it. My front furnace is in that area and the fuse panel is under the frig. The rear furnace exhaust is on the LH side just behind the wheel and infront of the gen set. For the life of me, I cant figure out how to get to it unless you have to disassemble the wall in the bedroom


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What year is your QBA ?
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Unless someone else responds I would call Don Boyd at Tiffin or go on TiffinRVnetwork. There are some very knowledgeable people on there and I am sure they can help you.
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Unless someone else responds I would call Don Boyd at Tiffin or go on TiffinRVnetwork. There are some very knowledgeable people on there and I am sure they can help you.
I'm not familiar with your model, but someone here will probably respond quickly.
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