The LP detector is one people are unaware of this is why I wanted to mention that. In this case getting more power to the heater (by running a generator, hooking up a new battery, or hooking up a car and charging the battery through a hot lead For 19,000 BTU furnaces (if it's not a low battery or high altitude): The sail switch may not be fully engaged. Furnace 'should' light by itself when heat is called for.Most manuals are for the main trailer/camper, with separate manuals for each appliance, depending on which ones were included.Post the make/model of http://europrolink.com/pop-up/pop-up-camper-lights-not-working.php
I actually see this quite often an all kinds of different RV'S.. The twist on version seems to perform the same duties with increased fire safety. I have a popup camper. To prevent this from happening again, push towards the back of the thermostat slightly the next time you slide the control to "off." This is what the thermostat should look like
Thanks The low pressure inside works great. Today 05:28 PM by Duc42 0 1 Attachment(s) Adapting a Gravely plow... I took off the tank and shook it, and I also hooked up to my BBQ quick and it supplied gas with no trouble. New members with 0 posts, please do not ask me ?'s via p.m.
The problem is the ouside stove, it has very very little pressure, I connected a little propane gas bottle and it worked awesome. Again, identify the make and model and download a manual.Dutchman has a lot of manuals on theirown website - may have some for yours:http://dutchmen-rv.com/index.php?p=24# « Last Edit: May 08, 2011, 07:10:05 Main Page List All Users Search Search Advanced Search User Details Calendar Recent Posts RV-Dreams.com Home -> RV-Dreams Community Forum -> RV Maintenance and Technical Tips -> Propane Problem Start A Sign in to report inappropriate content.
by eoleson1[Today at 02:23:34 PM] Hello from ID by eoleson1[Today at 02:20:45 PM] « previous next » Print Pages:  Go Down Author Topic: High pressure stove not working Please Help!!! Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum! I see it has a DSI module, so no pilot light.http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/operating/hflame8012.pdfAnd here are the other furnace manuals:http://www.imarksweb.net/book/hydroflame+fa+7916/Dometic RM 2190 manual with instructions for starting:http://fardo.net/gallery/d/16730-3/Dometic+RM2190+Owners+Manual.pdf Logged Gary--------------Gary Brinck2004 American Tradition (for sale!)2014 http://arveeclub.com/forum/index.php?topic=90667.0 Any suggestions?
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Propane is very flammable and can cause freeze burns if it comes in contact with the skin. http://www.trukx.com/forum/index.php?topic=79787.5;wap2 Logged Print Pages:  Go Up « previous next » PopUpPortal » The Camper - At The Campsite » Propane - Got Gas (Moderator: Xolthrax) » Topic: High pressure stove not Up next Turning on the refrigerator ina popup camper - Duration: 2:15. Time to take the regulator from the propane grill at home and pipe it in for a final test.
But, when it comes to the propane stuff (except for my gas grill), I just get nervous. So my questions are how do I use the heat, the stove and the refrigerator while hooked up to propane?Thanks in advance. I don't see any safety concerns, just offering an alternative. Category:RV Share this conversation Expert: Robert replied8 years ago.
Posts: 9,271 Re: Propane Issues With Pop Up Camper Yeah, I had that trouble a couple of times, until the gas guy told me to just crack the valve a little It may have a piezo electric igniter built in, or you may have to use a match or butane lighter.The fridge may be manual light also, though later models had DSI There is only one problem: I have no idea how to use the gas on the camper. http://europrolink.com/pop-up/pop-up-camper-ceiling-lights-not-working.php Lastly, to double-check if the thermostat is indeed the problem remove the two brown wires that attach to the thermostat (from the furnace) and connect the two wires together directly.
Ask an RV Mechanic Online. any advice of what I should try?? It had some type of " fuzz" in the line that would plug the orfices to the furnace and the stove.
Please try again later. The heater fan turns on and I hear a clicking sound, but the propane never lights. Just like it sounds LoL. Could one regulator be bad?
My single LP tank was full, the inside stove (low pressure) works great, I got the frig to run on the propane as well, beacuse the the GFI outlet kept tripping. Sign in 6 1 Don't like this video? Turn the furnace off (using the thermostat) and back on, this will give the furnace two more attempts to light the propane. Haul that bottle (maybe bring your camper) to a REAL propane place and ask their opinion.
So now I'm thinking there must be an obstruction between the regulator and the stove. Sign in Transcript Statistics 2,644 views 5 Like this video? Submitted: 8 years ago. How each one lights will depend on the model.
I will be taking it in to have the regulator checked out. __________________ VF Page 1 of 1 sorted by Oldest FirstNewest First Quick Reply Please log in to post Expert: Robert replied8 years ago. When I use the gas stove in my camper, sometimes it works, but sometimes, it does not.