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Old 11-27-2022, 05:12 PM   #29
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Hi and sorry to hear your issue. There is a Travel Supreme Facebook page just for travel supreme coaches. First you do not have an Aqua Hot from looking at your electrical panel as no Aqua Hot switches. Sounds like your propane furnace is not lighting which could be a valve problem or electronic. Hopefully someone in your area knows of an RV tech or someone with knowledge of the propane furnace. Iím sorry I canít help much more. Can you borrow some electric space heater for the night.
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Old 11-27-2022, 06:37 PM   #30
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Furnace

Open the outside door to the furnace. On the big round black thing that houses the blower motor is a reset switch. Reset the switch. On the circuit board next to the blower cover is a circuit board. There is a little red light on the board. If the furnace does not light check the number and frequency of the red light. Either on the blower cover or in the Manuel there will be an explanation of what the flashes mean. Good luck
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Old 11-27-2022, 07:08 PM   #31
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I had the same problem. After trying just about everything that has been suggested, I found the problem was the regulator. Itís located right after the shutoff valve on the propane hose leading to the furnace. It wasnít allowing the propane to flow, so I got a replacement and installed it myself. It was fairly easy to do.
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Old 11-27-2022, 07:09 PM   #32
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first I did not read all of the posts so this may have tried. any chance the gas leak detector is shutting the gas flow off?
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Old 11-27-2022, 07:32 PM   #33
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We purchased our 1994 Fleetwood Coronado Class A in Long Beach CA in 2004 and drove it to Las Vegas in January. When we arrived at our Hotel RV resort I turned on the gas furnace, but it would not heat. The propane tank valve was on, the thermostat was set to heat and the fan switch was on. I finally read the furnace instruction manual and found that the carbon monoxide detector located near the floor next to the stove needed to be switched on. I flipped the switch on and the detector start beeping and a green light came on. After that the furnace worked great and kept us toasty warm as we headed back to Canadaís -20 temperatures. Hope this helps to get your furnace working!
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Old 11-28-2022, 08:35 AM   #34
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Hi all! We just got this 2004 Travel Supreme and I can't figure out how to get the furnace to work. I have read your posts about Aquahot systems...I don't know if I have this or not. I have the Dometic heatpump/furnace controller. I have switched the controller to furnace and all I get is cold air blowing.

--Pilot light does not seem to be lighting. I have full tank of LP. The gas does not seem to be flowing now...It did light once but the furnace only blew cold air. There is another button that says water pump, but I did not turn that on since we are hooked up to camp water. Maybe this is for the Aquahot?
--I have hot water, but it's running on electricity.
--Did all of these coaches come with an Aquahot? If so, where would I look to find this unit? I found a page with all the user manuals if I can find the model number.

Hubby is out of town for 3 weeks and my daughter and I are cold. It is a little too chilly for the heat pumps to work well here.

Thank you in advance!!

I had this issue on our 2002 Coachmen when we first got it. Totally agree with all the other responses. I was getting LP to the stove but the furnace still wouldn't lite. I found out that the Dometic thermostat needs to be taken all the way down to the lowest setting and then gradually adjusted upward until the furnace kicks in. Who knew.
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Old 11-28-2022, 10:55 AM   #35
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Personally I wouldnt mess with it. Go to walmart and get a small electric heater and plug it in. You said you had water, I am assuming you have electricity. ( full services?). If you dont have a vehicle go onto amazon and get one delivered. We plug ours in all the time when we have electricity. Why spend propane money when you are already paying for the services on your site. once he is back and gets it running return the heater if you dont want it. entered by the wife of this team ...lol.
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Please correct me if I'm wrong...
The forced air from the heater, is also used to heat the space (with insulation) under the floor where the water pipes are.
If an electric heater is used for an extended period of time, won't that allow that area under the floor to cool enough to freeze the water in the pipes, and black/gray tanks? No air is flowing in the ducts and there by not heating that space.
I realize some rigs have tank heaters, but I know mine doesn't despite being a "4-seasons" rig.
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Please correct me if I'm wrong...
The forced air from the heater, is also used to heat the space (with insulation) under the floor where the water pipes are.
If an electric heater is used for an extended period of time, won't that allow that area under the floor to cool enough to freeze the water in the pipes, and black/gray tanks? No air is flowing in the ducts and there by not heating that space.
I realize some rigs have tank heaters, but I know mine doesn't despite being a "4-seasons" rig.
YES......many 'heated' enclosed underbellies use a duct from the furnace to blow warm area into the area

Space heaters do not provide heat to the enclosed underbelly area
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Old 11-29-2022, 10:44 AM   #38
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Still not fixed...maybe the sail switch

Hi all, we have still not found the issue. Thinking it may be the sail switch. We got an oil filled radiator and it is doing very well at keeping us warm. Thanks for all your help.
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Hi all, we have still not found the issue. Thinking it may be the sail switch. We got an oil filled radiator and it is doing very well at keeping us warm. Thanks for all your help.



Keep us updated. The manuals for Atwood have been easy for me to find by model in PDF format, I have downloaded owners, service and training manuals for mine.

If I remember correctly from reading the sequence of operations low voltage to the heater could mimic a bad sail switch because the motor wont reach speed. And speaking of motor, how does the blower motor sound? If it is noisy it could be worn out and have enough internal drag to keep it from reaching speed.
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