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    Heater in 315rst

    When I turn my heater on it makes a lot of noise and not hot air is coming out of the vents . burner is cycling on and off blowing hot air out of the vent on the outside.

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    You should be getting hot air out of the floor vents in 30 seconds or so after the burner lights. If not, see your dealer immediately.

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    digger1

    I'm not familiar w/that model - 315rst. Typo for 317RST?

    It sounds like the ductwork off the furnace may have come loose.
    If it's a fifth wheel, you may be able to check it by pulling off the back wall in your pass-thru storage compartment
    or by pulling out a cabinet drawer inside that may be located near your furnace.

    Just guessing here......
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    Heater in 315RST

    Quote Originally Posted by Lingerlonger View Post
    digger1

    I'm not familiar w/that model - 315rst. Typo for 317RST?

    It sounds like the ductwork off the furnace may have come loose.
    If it's a fifth wheel, you may be able to check it by pulling off the back wall in your pass-thru storage compartment
    or by pulling out a cabinet drawer inside that may be located near your furnace.

    Just guessing here......
    I pulled the heater ducts off the back of the heater their seems to be sufficient air flow I turned the heater on and the burner kept going off and on I am wondering if it is a propane problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger1 View Post
    When I turn my heater on it makes a lot of noise and not hot air is coming out of the vents . burner is cycling on and off blowing hot air out of the vent on the outside.
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    Please also see the post in this section "Loud Furnace". Is that similar to your problem? If so its another version of a problem that others of us are experiencing. I hope GD comes up with an answer to this issue.

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    Our 337 has that cycling issue when propane tank is too low to properly vaporize, especially in temperatures under 20 degrees F. I only run one tank open to give me a warning I need to refill a tank (or two). The duct that fed our bedroom was not properly attached on delivery, duct tape had pulled off. Underbelly storage area and kitchen hutch got really hot. I secured it with two self-tapping screws, needed to drill holes first, steel in ducts is quite strong.

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    Dealer Replaced Heater Valve works great now

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