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Old 08-26-2019, 01:39 PM   #21
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Well, I am hiding my head in shame. After doing all the ideas suggested and getting no good results. I pulled out the burner tube and orifice. Of course it was the orifice and why I did not check it first or at least sooner I have no idea, just a complete brain failure. Thank you to all of you that helped me with this issue....Bob
Head up and keep in mind that the only folks that are making mistakes also happens to be the ones who are actually DOING somethings! Those who do not make mistakes are likely not doing too much either.
So kick yourself once and call it good once you tell us what you found on the orifice? Mashed, corroded, mud dauber, spider? Just plain old gremlins, perhaps?
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Morich, it was corroded, not sure what caused it but it is cleaned out now and working as it should.
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Morich, it was corroded, not sure what caused it but it is cleaned out now and working as it should.
There'll be days like that. Enjoy and remember it was cheaper than shops and a whole lot quicker.
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Do you have an inverter and is the fridge getting power from it? Many coaches have the fridge outlet connected to the inverter so it can run off the alternator when travelling.
X2 Turn off the inverter.
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