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Old 04-27-2015, 04:29 AM   #1
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heater in 23b

going through some checks before we make our first voyage for the year and noticed that my heater will not run.

When I go to start it I can hear it "click" down by the heater itself, then it throws that reset button. tried to reset and same problem, no blower fan or nothing, does this sound like a fuse problem, or is fan moter shot?

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Old 04-27-2015, 10:23 AM   #2
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make sure your battery is charged.i had same trouble in my 29x and found my battery was not charged.
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thanks, but this is happening with shore power. The indicator on the back of the panel says I have an air flow limit fault.
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Do you have an Atwood furnace? If so, call 574-264-2131 and they will help you troubleshoot this. A quick spin around the internet suggests either a bad high limit thermostat or improper air flow. Atwood should be able to help you diagnose this.
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unless your furnace is different than mine it needs 12v to start.but my fan would run but would not ingnite ,so you may have different problem.
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unless your furnace is different than mine it needs 12v to start.but my fan would run but would not ingnite ,so you may have different problem.
well anything is worth a shot, I'll report back!
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Nope, bad fan motor, I'll replace when I get back.
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Glade you got your problem solved.
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