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Old 01-06-2006, 01:35 PM   #1
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Question 89' 345LE Furnace Problems

I have posted about this problem in one other place but I figured maybey this area would be better. My front furnace in my coach quit working after days of use. I took it in to Chevy to get the tranny leak checked out (just a couple of clamps) and after I brought her home and tried to fire up the furnace it wouldn't come on. There is a yellow wire coming off the furnace that I am sure was connected to some other wires that may have jiggled out of the wire nut. Any Ideas?

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Old 01-06-2006, 01:42 PM   #2
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Adam,
A few questions:

1. Does the fan blow?
2. If the fan blows does it then just shutoff after a few minutes?
3. Have you cycled the thermostat all the way down and then all the way up?
4. Any LP in the tank?
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Old 01-06-2006, 04:55 PM   #3
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Well, I think I fixed it. To answer your questions...the fan would not come on. I did cycle the thermostat but not all the way up and down. Have plenty of LP in the tank. There was that lone yellow wire, well after fidgeting around a bit I founf a lone white wire with a wire nut on the end of it. I thought that since it had the wire nut it was probably connected to another wire at some point in time. So I put the yellow wire with the white wire and tried the furnace again. Wall-lah! It works. One problem I have had with it sine I bought it though is that the furnace never shuts off when it gets to the temp I have it set at. The one in the back does but the one in the front doesn't. Maybe it's the thermostat itself? I dunno?

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