<<Bob: As luck would have it, I've had to replace that fuse in my propex in the past.>>
<<These fuses don't blow often...I shorted some wires with the power to the unit when installing/relocating the thermostat>>
The seller of my van said he had to replace the fuse repeatedly, so maybe there's a problem with installation or circuit board? Nice to actually find the fuse type. I was thinking I would have to buy some sort of inline harness or a new circuit board.
<<Reach out to Karl at Westy Ventures; He sells these and is very knowledgeable about these units.>>
When looking at the Propex website, I remember seeing that US distributer. Nice to have definitive contact info. Thanks
<<Looking at the Westy Venture website, the green ones are model HS2800...Nice!>>
I hope so. From what I see... originally, there was only one model with a green cover. I'm hoping you are right, but sure Karl can confirm.
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Karl sent me a fuse since I bought the unit from him, and I have since determined that Mouser sells these as well.....the question is what current value do you need.....
<<EDIT: It appears that the one in the your picture is a 2 amp....>>
That is NOT from my heater, I found it by searching the Net for days. Hence, why trying to find the right fuse for my app. I'm sure Karl can help.
..The fuse plugs right into the board...buy a spare....
Here is the Mouser page with various fuse values:
<< I found a place on EBAY that sells 5 for $7. Easy to keep a few around!
<<Can't remember the color codes off the top of my head but mine clicked and flashed an LED blink code when it wasn't getting propane..turns out my tank regulator is a little finicky....I rotated the regulator a few year ago and all has been well.[/QUOTE]>>
Yeah, I saw an RV Repair vid, that said to avoid problems, replace the regulator avery 10 yrs. I'm a few years late. If mine is frozen, I prolly wont find out for 6 months! Haha! It was installed by the previous owner. Tanks above bumper outside, hole cut in rear door with 5 foot hose to heater near wheel well. Could be many things, but leaning towards regulator or hose. I'll have to take it apart.
Thanks to Buffalo's push, I was able to download and print out the manual. First code was repeated flashes, meaning contact Propex. After resetting the thermostat (as found on YouTube), it now flashes twice. Meaning there is an air flow problem. Last night we got our first snow and now raining, Guess I'll go swimming under the van in a bit. OHHH!!! To have a garage or shop!!
Haha! I have hope! Thanks for your help!