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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:14 pm 
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So I just drove three hours home from an uneventfull weekend camping in our 2018 UT2604RB. Parked in front of the house and put the fridge on gas to keep it cold while I washed the trailer until I had time to empty it. About an hour and a half later the furnace fan (just the fan - no heat) comes on all by itself. I tried plugging into shore power and cycling the furnace and AC. The thermostat/control is set to off. I had to disconnect the 110 power and pull the pin on the 12V system to get it to stop. Any ideas?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:21 pm 
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Silly question, but was the thermostat set to heat at the time? The furnace is 12 volt. Pulling it's fuse will shut it up.

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The Dometic thermostat has a soft touch "mode" button on the left and an up and a down arrow on the right. You can scroll through "fan speed", "furnace", "cooling" and "off" It was set to off at the time. I just went back out and connected the 12v and the fan sounds like an old car trying to start with a dead battery. The battery level per the panel is 3/4. I'm not pulling the fuse everytime I don't want the fan to run.


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