RV Furnace Blower Won’t Start? Here’s What You Need to Know
We’ll go over a few things that could be going wrong with your furnace.
If you have some time and a little bit of mechanical know-how, you can most likely fix the issue yourself without having to call in a professional.
Want to why your furnace blower is not working and know how you can fix it? We have you covered! Read on for the full details!
Unfortunately, RV furnace blowers are complex enough that it’s pretty much impossible for us to pinpoint a single issue that’s likely to be the cause.
Your RV Furnace Blower Won’t Start At All
If you can’t get the furnace to kick on at all, it’s most likely a power issue.
The Battery’s Dead or Damaged
Touch the red lead on your voltmeter to the positive terminal of your onboard battery and the black lead to the negative post.
The Battery Terminal is Corroded
This may seem like it should fall under the above category, but the good news is that a corroded battery terminal may be fixable.
You’ve Tripped the Circuit Breaker
If there was an issue with the voltage at any point, you might’ve tripped your circuit breaker.
Wires Have Become Loose or Disconnected
Go to your furnace and inspect the wiring to see if anything has become visibly loose or disconnected
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