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Old 01-30-2016, 02:15 PM   #1
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Hi everyone!
I have a 2016 Freelander 21RS that I got last august. So far, so good except for one thing...we were at the beach last weekend and turned on the heat just to get the chill out of the air and got nothing but cold air blowing. Any ideas?


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If you look for the manufacturer and model # of your furnace on Google, you'll find an owner's manual and probably troubleshooting guide. Most RV furnaces turn the fan on first. When the air flow is strong enough, it pushes a paddle switch (called sail switch) and signals the control board to turn on the gas and ignite it. If if fails to light in 3 attempts, it shuts down. To reset, you turn the power off and then on again.

You could have air in the gas line if it's never been used, or a spider web or bug nest in the ignition area. I'd start by blowing out the air mix area around the ignitor. You can use a can of compressed air. If these ideas don't work, you'll have to get further into troubleshooting.

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