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Old 09-26-2016, 07:21 AM   #21
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I had the same issue yesterday with my 2016 287BHSW. First step seems like troubleshooting the thermostat.

Does anyone have a pinout on the common thermostats? Mine's the simple heat-only one.
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Old 09-26-2016, 07:57 AM   #22
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Where is the furnace access?
Find the furnace exhaust opening on the outside of the trailer. You can do this by process of elimination. IOW, it is not the refrig nor the water heater, it must be the furnace.
On newer trailers, often they do not provide any outside access. You might have to remove some panels on the inside of the trailer. If I remember correctly, mine is under the refrigerator.
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Find the furnace exhaust opening on the outside of the trailer. You can do this by process of elimination. IOW, it is not the refrig nor the water heater, it must be the furnace.
On newer trailers, often they do not provide any outside access. You might have to remove some panels on the inside of the trailer. If I remember correctly, mine is under the refrigerator.
I know where the exhaust outlet is. There is definitely no access inside I will check underneath the fridge seems the most likely of places considering the location of the exhaust.
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You ARE allowing enough time for the furnace to kick in, right?
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With no fan and no heat, that sounds like a breaker or a fuse. You're not getting power to the fan at all. Check your battery too.
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You ARE allowing enough time for the furnace to kick in, right?
Yes it still doesn't kick in after a minute or two
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With no fan and no heat, that sounds like a breaker or a fuse. You're not getting power to the fan at all. Check your battery too.
Battery is good...from anything I can find out there is supposed to be a fuse on top of the furnace....I just don't know how to access it..
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Although I have never taken mine off, try removing the air return cover inside beneath the fridge. I think that allows access to the furnace. Again, I've never looked inside mine, but that is the access I believe....
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May be the thermostat as well.
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Although I have never taken mine off, try removing the air return cover inside beneath the fridge. I think that allows access to the furnace. Again, I've never looked inside mine, but that is the access I believe....
I looked at mine tonight and there are no visible resets or circuit breakers.
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