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Old 11-03-2018, 06:06 AM   #1
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How to remove Atwood Furnace from 2013 SPORT22FB

Nice to meet you. My name is Masaki. I am Japanese.
I live in 2013 airstream sport22FB in Japan. My airstream furnace is out of order. I do not have any place to ask for repair nearby, so I'd like to repair myself, but I am in trouble because I do not know the way to do it. Thank you for your answer.

The point of failure of furnace can be thought of as a motor or sail-switch from the blinking pattern of the LED indicator of the ignition control board.
I want to remove furnace to inspect it.

The furnace of SPORT22FB is under the kitchen. I thought to remove the screws of the side flanges and try to pull it out to the inside of the room, but it moves only slightly when applying force. I also removed the wooden panels around the furnace, but I do not know which screws are fixing the furnace.

I will attach a picture of the current situation. How can I remove the heating from here?
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Old 11-03-2018, 06:38 AM   #2
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General instructions: (which may be a slightly in the wrong sequence)

Turn off propane. Disconnect the propane supply tube.
Disconnect the power wire. Temporarily cap the electrical wire with a wire nut.
Disconnect the 2 blue thermostat wires.
Disconnect the ductwork, if any is attached.
On the outside of the trailer remove 4 screws that hold the outside cover.
Pull the cover outward until it slips off of the intake and exhaust tubes.
Once the cover is remove, look for screws that fasten the furnace to the floor and walls. When these screws are removed the furnace should slide out, toward the outside.
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