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Old 09-27-2020, 12:29 PM   #1
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Furnace Removal

We have a 2019 Jayco 377RLBH and the furnace quit working last night. The fuse is good and I am trying to find the on/off switch on the furnace but it looks like I have to remove it to get to it. Any ideas where I start? I have disconnected the heat ducts but I am not sure what I should try next.


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We have a 2019 Jayco 377RLBH and the furnace quit working last night. The fuse is good and I am trying to find the on/off switch on the furnace but it looks like I have to remove it to get to it. Any ideas where I start? I have disconnected the heat ducts but I am not sure what I should try next.


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Thanks! Our furnace is located in the storage area behind panels and of course with very little room to access it.
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Old 09-27-2020, 01:15 PM   #4
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If you can see it, look for a black switch on the top or side Reset it. On mine, I can see it by removing a large panel in my storage. Should be accessible with a long reach.
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Thank you. I will feel for the switch.
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Old 09-27-2020, 01:23 PM   #6
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On my 377, the reset switch is on the back side of the furnace facing the exterior wall...you definitely need to reach for it!
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Old 09-27-2020, 02:17 PM   #7
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SUCCESS! Thank you much!! I found it. I had felt back there several times and missed it. The switch is on the top. It sure would be nice if access to that part of the furnace was from outside, like my Dad’s 2000 Designer. Thanks again!

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Make sure you don’t have anything blocking your ducts and the air is free flowing.
Once that on/off/breaker switch pops...it might continually pop.
It cost me plenty of trips to the dealer for them to do what they thought they should do. All was under warranty, except one of their “brilliant” ideas that cost me $500.
I told them from the start that an Atwood engineer told me to replace the switch. On my fourth dealer visit I INSISTED they replace the switch.
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Old 10-05-2020, 05:06 AM   #9
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Wish we had that option, we have an exhaust vent on the outside no big door so all has to be done inside, this is on a 2020 Jay Feather 22RB. All previous units had great access from outside or under dinette in motorhomes. Pretty obvious that the designers/engineers don't have to work on them.
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