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    Furnace circuit breaker/on-off switch location and access point (2015 303 rls)

    This post is referencing another owners post concerning his furnace not working. He had to take his 5er to the dealer to fix. They reset the circuit breaker. I had to remove the basement baffle for another matter. Figured I would locate the circuit breaker while the baffle was removed. Saw the furnace beyond the water lines,electric wiring, and cables for dump valves. Could not see the cir breaker. Went inside to the cabinet door under the hutch. Opened to find the hot water tank and the furnace behind it. Still no visual for the cir breaker. Opening thru the separator wall not that large. Can see the blower shroud but not the top of the furnace. Hope someone from Tech's can give me better idea how to access the switch. My furnace [ Hydro Flame 8535 IV DCLP L/D ]. Thanks Ken
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knshook View Post
    This post is referencing another owners post concerning his furnace not working. He had to take his 5er to the dealer to fix. They reset the circuit breaker. I had to remove the basement baffle for another matter. Figured I would locate the circuit breaker while the baffle was removed. Saw the furnace beyond the water lines,electric wiring, and cables for dump valves. Could not see the cir breaker. Went inside to the cabinet door under the hutch. Opened to find the hot water tank and the furnace behind it. Still no visual for the cir breaker. Opening thru the separator wall not that large. Can see the blower shroud but not the top of the furnace. Hope someone from Tech's can give me better idea how to access the switch. My furnace [ Hydro Flame 8535 IV DCLP L/D ]. Thanks Ken
    Hi Ken & Suzi (@Knshook),

    The circuit breaker we use for the furnace is at the power distribution panel. However, there may be a circuit breaker installed by Atwood located near their on/off switch on the furnace itself (as shown in the parts diagram page of the Atwood furnace manual). If you have further questions, please feel free to call our Customer Support team at (574) 825-9679.

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