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Old 11-15-2022, 10:51 PM   #1
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Access to Suburban Furnace 2018 3401RL

My furnace is not staying lit. I pulled the outside cover off but can't access the complete furnace. It looks like the only way to access and possibly remove would be from the large bin, behind the water connections. Any suggestions before I tear into it would be great! Thanks
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Old 11-18-2022, 12:28 AM   #2
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Update: You do have to get to the furnace from behind the carpeted wall in the large storage bin, behind all the water connections.

After a process of elimination, figured out my regulator on the propane tank I was using wasn't feeding enough fuel to get the furnance lit. Swapped to the other tank and all is well.

On a side-note, you can also get to a large portion of the duct work. I found two ducts feeding the upstairs had come undun and would've only been about 10% effective. Got that fixed as well.

I'm the second owner and this is our first fall/winter with the RV. Still working out the bugs.
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