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Old 10-13-2015, 08:41 PM   #1
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I am having trouble with the gas furnace it will call for heat but blower will not kick in so furnace will not run. The heat pump works great but we don't always have power and don't want to run generator all the time.

My problem is I can not find the gas furnace I have look everywhere but can not figure out where it is actually located the exhaust comes out just above the water heater and there is a panel next to the exhaust but seems to be very glued down. I thought I would ask here before I pry something off I shouldn't I believe that the blower needs reset or there is a fuse that needs replaced;

Can I get any help with the location of the gas furance?
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I am having trouble with the gas furnace it will call for heat but blower will not kick in so furnace will not run. The heat pump works great but we don't always have power and don't want to run generator all the time.

My problem is I can not find the gas furnace I have look everywhere but can not figure out where it is actually located the exhaust comes out just above the water heater and there is a panel next to the exhaust but seems to be very glued down. I thought I would ask here before I pry something off I shouldn't I believe that the blower needs reset or there is a fuse that needs replaced;

Can I get any help with the location of the gas furance?
Well Sir,
Your actual gas furnace is buried in the floor, close to the passenger side wall. Some of these Winnes will vary some but, the intake for it should be at or near the shower. Now, if your coach is anywhere near the same operations as our '04 Itasca Horizon, all your heat from the furnace will come from the floor. All your heat from the heat pump, will come from the ceiling. The controls should be right at the "One Place" operation panel, in the middle of the coach. If your thermostat/controller for heat and A/C, is similar to ours, it will have a switch on the bottom that will have something like:
Fan/off, Heat/gas... Heat/Electric A/C, something like that, I've forgotten just what ours says. But, to answer your question, you will not be able to actually see your furnace, just the exhaust ports for the burned propane on the outside of the coach.
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Make sure you have propane in the tank. Mine ran out last weekend and the furnace will not run. My control panel said the take was full but its clear that it was not reading correctly.
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Big Jon, It's right behind the chrome intake/exhaust cover. You must remove several screws and PRY the panel off. Removed mine twice for bad motor and circuit board on my 2002. Have fun. On edit: It's behind the right rear wheel well in the water heater compartment as I recall.
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