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Old 12-22-2014, 10:29 PM   #1
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No heat in my Bounder bed room

I have a class A Fleetwood Bounder (2002).
The heater in the main living area heats up fine. The heater (blower) use to work in bed room but has resently stop working. Is this a fuse problem or something worse and how do you get in to check for loose wires? You can here it click when the thermastat is on . Right now I have that zone shut off. Ideas and commits please and this is the propane furnace
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Old 12-22-2014, 11:36 PM   #2
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Hydro flame furnace not blowing out of all ducts

Not sure if you are having the same problem but I got mine to work after some initial problem solving. Turns out, it was just my thermostat.
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See my Furnace Troubleshooting article in the FILES section.
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If you hear the click at the furnace, it may well be that the fuse for the 12v circuit that powers the furnace fan is blown, but you will have to search for it (it's not in the furnace). Could also be the fan control circuit board in the furnace, but that's not common.

The +12v from the thermostat just triggers the furnace to run, using it's own connection to 12v power. The fan runs for a bit, then the ignition sequence starts and gas flows. If the fan doesn't run, you aren't getting to even the very first step.
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Old 12-25-2014, 08:42 AM   #4
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No heat in Bounder bed room.

So we do have 2 furnaces hubby took cover off back furnace nothing in vents, can herd it click at furnace and it is getting propane. But still no fan checked fuses and they are fine. He thinks it's the regulator?
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So we do have 2 furnaces hubby took cover off back furnace nothing in vents, can herd it click at furnace and it is getting propane. But still no fan checked fuses and they are fine. He thinks it's the regulator?
I've had a similar problem on my 04 Bounder! It seems the furnace 12v power is one of those things Fleetwood doesn't like to easily label and have you find. But, Both furnaces run off a fuse in the 12v power center. Mine was marked as "Accessory"! If that were blown they'd both be off. However, there is a breaker on each furnace (if they are Atwood's) and that one could be tripped. It should be located next to the off/on switch on top of the blower.
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turn off all power to the thermostat then turn on and try again.
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Old 12-27-2014, 04:49 AM   #7
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When we were checking the furnace we did have the thermastsT off when we turned it back on all the furnace did was click. Thank you for all of the suggestion. DH thinks it the regulator
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a bottle of wine and the DW heats ours just fine
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A Heating blanket works great.
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