I need some schooling on replacing our propane regulator.
We have the MH at home getting it ready for the summer season.
I went out and started the heating system to warm it up to a reasonable temperature. (Had been working. However I had the propane tank topped off about a week ago. But never started the furnace till 2 days ago)About an hour later when I checked on it I realized that while the blower and igniters fired, it was obviously cycling like it was starved for fuel.
Thinking back and going through process again, I realized that when I turned / turn the LP gas valve on I did not hear that normal clunk sound.
I shut the furnace off and closed and opened the LP valve. No sound. So I lit the stove. 1 burner then a second and in about 15 seconds both died, no gas.
I talked to a RV tech who said to tap on the regulator and tank valve. I did and while don't get that clinking sound we have gas flowing to run the furnace.
He said it can sometimes be the tank valve but, let's replace the regulator.
I started calling around to find a replacement regulator. The only identifying numbers on our year old regulator (coach is new) is "524 AS"
No brand, etc.
While its under warranty, that's a 150 mile RT and time. I want to learn how to replace this myself.
My dealer said "most" two stage regulators are the same. It's a quick swap. However my RV tech friend said you need to calibrate it after installing it.
So I picked up a Olympian two stage vertical vent. From our dealer. It's a two stage vertical mount. However our vent points down and this one points left if installed horizontal.
Picture of our present.
This is where I need schooling.
Thanks in advance for your advise.
2016 Coachmen Mirada 35 BH
2015 Jeep Roadmaster AT. tow bar with RVI2 supplemental.
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