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Old 12-15-2013, 06:34 PM   #15
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Converter going or one of the batteries. Whats the voltage like when you start the engine? Does the heat work when the engine running and the engine alternator providing charge to the batteries?
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Old 12-15-2013, 06:45 PM   #16
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The converter sounds iffy. It should be a constant 13.5V + or -.5V
Just read online that it will push a few extra volts to supply the bright spark.
So that should be normal. Solenoids started clicking again (well...at least one of them..) but I don't smell LP in the exhaust. So maybe one is staying closed. Either way going to need to purchase a new gas valve with solenoids or a new furnace. I appreciate the help guys.
On the other hand, with the failed attempts for the furnace to light and the failed attempts for the water heater to ignite (multiple attempts)...would it be safe to say the propane pressure regulator is going out?
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It's a good guess that you would have an LP supply issue, but not necessarily the regulator.
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