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Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light

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Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Ronald A Hartl 9-16-07  
My Hydro Flame Excalibur 8500-11 series furnace on my 1993 Jayco didnt light twice last night. The first time was around 9:00 pm and the second was around 5:am.
The rest of the night it worked fine. Both times the fan continued to run even though the burner did not light.
I did not smell any LP gas. The model # is 7333-8812 and the serial # 019310876. We had left the trailer for several hours to return to it around 9 finding the blower running blowing cold air. The second time we were sleeping. Could the problem also be with the blower fan not automatically shutting down after the burner shut off? I would appreciate your help. Thanks.
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light ROGER MAZANEC 9-16-13  
My fan is blowing but no heat have a hydro flame 8500-11 25 in 1990 excel 5 wheel
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Courtland 10-8-07  
I believe that the issue is that the flame sensors are dirty and not consistently sensing the flame. This would cause what is happing with yours. Just like with residential heating these should be tuned up yeary and made sure the flame sensors are cleaned with a scotch brite pad.
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Ken Z 6-3-09  
I have a hydroflame 8500 III. The blower comes on fine, but I do not here the igniter and it does not light. Inside the furnace bay on the electrical control panel is a red indicator light that now flashes. Can you help me with this issue?
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Roger Wentz 12-25-11  
My Hygro flame 8500-II series lights momentarily than shuts off after several seconds. Possiable fix?
Hydroflame furnace no heat Gina 5-5-12  
The propane is fine, hot water and stove are working perfectly. The thermostat and blower on the heater are working, just no warm air.
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Don 5-4-09  
I cant seem to get my furnace to light at all the blower will kick on but I dont hear the it try to start, I keep my trailer in a perm spot do I need to have the battery in it.
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light m mathis 9-1-13  
Hydroflame furnace does not lite, fan runs but no heat
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light Jerry Jones 4-17-11  
I have a hydroflame 8500 III. The blower comes on fine, but I do not here the igniter and it does not light. Inside the furnace bay on the electrical control panel is a red indicator light that now flashes. Can you help me with this issue?
Re: Hydroflame furnace doesnt always light William Neels 11-28-11  
My hydro flame 8500 11 excalibur lights momentarily than shuts off after several seconds like a safety switch problem maybe. Although the blower continues to run and blow cold air. Is there a way to check for obstructions like a wasp nest? I can only see about six inches up into the exhaust. Is there a panel to take off for inspection of the combustion area?
Thanks Bill
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