Furnace cycling issue (x213)
I just had my 2012 x213 in to be service and winterized. It had developed a few problems this year: the rear slide sounded like a heard of banshees and the furnace was constantly cycling on and off.
They fixed the slide (said the bolts were loose and was slightly of the tracks). For the furnace they said there was no problem and that it was from a low battery. The problem was that the furnace would come on, with the blower, then you would hear the propane firing for a few minutes, shutting off, then firing again, while the entire time the blower would run. The atco furnace manual says see the dealer if this happens, so I did.
I called BS on their 'findings'. Primarily because it was plugged in during the last time this happened (so it should be bypassing the battery, plus the blower was on the entire time). They then tried to blame it on the propane gauge being shut off. Derp derp. I un-politely reminded them that I did not materialize the trailer into their shop, but towed it in and in doing so shut off the propane tanks.
They insisted it was the battery. I left.