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Old 01-27-2013, 04:56 PM   #1
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Smile Furnace / regulator problem

Hi, another newbie, so please bear with me.
I just purchased a 2006 Country Coach Inspire 360, 40' MH.
When the weather is cold and I light the furnaces, they run for a short period, then shut off. The blower comes back on and they try to relight, to no avail. When I turn the stove on, the 3 burners light, burn for several minutes, then go out. Looking at the regulator, it is frosted completely over. Let it sit until it warms up and they both light and run, stove remains lit. Thought I read in the CC manual, that if there is a leak, the furnace will shut off the gas supply. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
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Old 01-27-2013, 10:07 PM   #2
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Have the pressure setting on your requlator checked with a manometer. It's frosting up it is probably letting way to much gas through too fast. This is not something you want to screw around with. Everything on a MH is at least combustible and they burn very very fast. Don't use it till you get it checked out by a good to great tec.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:01 AM   #3
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Have the pressure setting on your requlator checked with a manometer. It's frosting up it is probably letting way to much gas through too fast. This is not something you want to screw around with. Everything on a MH is at least combustible and they burn very very fast. Don't use it till you get it checked out by a good to great tec.
Thanks for the reply. We have put 3 different regulators on and still have the same result. I will be taking it in to have it looked at again today. Appreciate the response.
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