Suburban furnace problems

TwinStick

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Does anyone here have experience with Suburban camper heaters? I can't get mine to fire. I was going to take it out of the camper again. I am thinking it is a bad circuit board. I don't think it is a thermostat problem because I made a toggle switch bypassing the thermostat and it still won't fire.
 

TwinStick

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I fixed the problem, turns out the big problem with RV furnaces is the ignitor board. Mine was bad and bought an upgraded model.
 

inthemud12

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I hate to bump this thread, but I was wondering if you knew why this happened? Is it because they sit for so long. Could we possibly prevent this situation if we made sure to turn these on more frequently? Also, how easy was it to replace?

Can anyone recommend an Indianapolis heating company?
 
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joey jarhead

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In my experience there is no "sitting" or lack of use issue that causes it. Usually go bad due to 12volt issue. bad ground....surge.. Replace the furnace with a Propane fed ceramic(radiant) heater for most efficient heating. uses 1/4th the propane and is so nice.
 
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