Originally Posted by hoppers4
For those willing to make their own repairs, I can offer this information on my own furnace repair.
My furnace failed to ignite so I looked through the furnace documentation provided by Jayco. The elementary information provided there was enough to troubleshoot the furnace. Removing the four screws on the outside of the furnace provided access to the circuit board and the fault code LED. The fault code displayed was a single flash which indicated a sail switch fault. A meter proved the switch itself to be defective. The sail switch is easy to identify and remove. I think the hardest part was identifying and finding the correct sail switch for the furnace model but I did find one on Amazon that looks like it will work.
All in all it only took an hour to TS and order the repair part so for those willing to delve into these types of problems, it beats the heck outta going to a repair shop.
Iíve got a question regarding the hydra flame. When you open the cabinet, does the electrics slide out? Iím having either the LP alarm OR the CO alarm trigger at the coldest part of the night.
So, firstly Iím not sure if itís an LP leak or a carbon monoxide leak.... because the alarm just sounds. Thereís no indicator what the alarm is detecting.
Could the hydraflame be allowing unburnt fuel past the burner? Or could the heat exchanger be letting CO pass?
My next call obviously is to a certified mobile repair company, Iím just curious.
I have no intention on trying to solve this on my own.
Jayflight 32 BHDS
Chevy 2500HD CC