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Old 09-22-2016, 03:37 AM   #1
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Hello and thank you for all the information.

I'm new here and would like to thank you all for the great information you provide.

Home for us is in Ireland but we've been full time RVing in Europe for the last eight years since we retired, early luckily.

I have a small problem with my furnace. I can hear that the flame is a bit intermittent and unhealthy. I've spent a life time working on machinery of all sorts so I'm happy to get in there and have a look but first I wanted to read about common problems. I've downloaded an excellent guide from your files section and I'm sure I'll soon find the trouble. I reckon it just needs a clean.

Thanks for a great site and I look forward to becoming an active member.

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Old 09-22-2016, 04:38 AM   #3
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Yes, any gas appliance in an RV is prone to getting clogged in the jet area...usually because a spider takes up residence there. They seem to like the smell of the propane gas. Good luck!
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Welcome to irv2. Here's a link to our RV Systems and Appliances section for any specific questions you come up with on your WH.



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Welcome Erne to irv2.
The links below in my signature will have links to maybe the furnace you have, Tech link is one of them.
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