Originally Posted by CruizinDux
advice & experience appreciated.
Sorry to hear about the troubles, and sorry I can't get into my 2014 FC20, which is buried in the 12-15" of snow we got yesterday! Please give more details.
Are you on shore power or batteries now? If on batteries, what is the voltage read out on your monitor near the sinks? Is there water in each of the battery cells? [wear gloves and safety goggles when checking] Do the rest of your 12 volt
systems work? Fridge, lights, water heater etc..
If the batteries are low, there may not be enough voltage to run the furnace correctly with the "sail switch" being a possible weak link in the chain, if the blower motor cannot move enough air to keep the sail switch from shutting down the system.
If on shore power, the furnace thermostat control panel should let you go to Furnace mode only (called "Heat" ?), and the heat pump and air conditioning should not come on. Please try going through the Mode sequencing again, and wait a minute after getting to Heat/Furnace, as the system's brain may need time to reset to the new mode.
Not sure if you are up yet (4:20 PST -- 7:20 AM EST) but if you are all freezing, you may be up! I forget -- do you have the propane gas oven and burners? And do they work? Do you have propane, and are both tanks' main valves open?
Good luck, you Cruizin' Dux!
PS -- Exciting that you are On The Road Again. Troubles like this are bound to happen so I hope you are not bummed out! It is part of the adventure . . .