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Old 10-17-2015, 03:48 PM   #1
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No lp ignition

I have a 1994 Fleetwood Pace Arrow with an LP tank about 40% full. The range, and both furnaces will not ignite. In fact, I cannot smell gas at the range when I turn the burner on. Could be an electrical problem; no sure. Anyone familiar with this problem? (The furnaces will operate but no heat.)
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no lp

do you have a gas detector? if so it maybe malfunctioning or lost power make sure the valve is open on the tank. are you sure the gauge is accurate. good luck Mike
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If you have the old type LP detector, it will have a remote gas control valve that it shuts off if the detector senses gas or if it loses power.
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