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Old 10-11-2020, 02:20 PM   #11
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When I got my 1997 sportsmobile in 2008, my suburban furnace would not work. Took it to RV place and they blew a ton of dust out of the furnace by blowing into one of the side vents. Furnace started right up. I think they had seen this problem many times probably due to dust on the igniter. Been working ever since.

Some times if furnace does not light, I light the stove and that seems to get the gas flowing for some reason.

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