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Old 06-27-2022, 12:43 PM   #1
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Furnace no start on my 37F

The furnace on my 2013 37F has worked perfectly since I owned this rig (1yr). However, this morning I turned it on at the thermostat, the thermostat clicked as it would normally, but the furnace did not start. No fan, nothing from my big rear furnace. Does anybody have a "first check this" suggestion? Where is the fuse for it? Any suggestions would be great.
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Old 06-27-2022, 02:04 PM   #2
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Furnace fixed

Sorry I posted this, as I managed to fix it before anyone could reply...
I searched all the electrical panels, and found no circuit for the furnace?!..What? Then I remembered there is (used to be) a little fuse inside the thermostat itself. Took the cover off, and sure enough, there was a little slow-blo 2 amp in there. However it was fine?! It was very dusty, so I took out the fuse and dusted everything off, put it back in, and poof! The furnace worked! Just bad contact on the fuse in the thermostat itself. Easy fix if you ever find yourself with a totally unresponsive furnace.
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