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Old 04-24-2015, 08:13 AM   #1
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Hi everyone, first timer on site and a new trailer to the family. Just going over our X139 and opened the fuse panel to find that there are no labels on the panel to indicate which fuse does what. I have figured out a few but need to know the rest. Does anyone have a snapshot of this they can post for a 2006 X139? Also my furnace does not work. Propane is on. Stove works. Thermostat on high. Not even a click or a propane noise. What gives?
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On my 2008 X-160 (bought new), I had to replace the thermostat pretty early on. Easy fix and worked properly from then on.
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I just found this photo. It was dated the same time as when I replaced the power center, so it is from my 2008 X-160. Don't have any idea if this would help you...

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Thank you for that Michelle,

it is almost the same but no cigar.

I will keep playing with it till i get everything figured out. As for the thermostat, that's a good idea, but I will first hot wire the two wires together and see if it comes on the check to see if it is really the thermostat or something else.
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Traced the thermostat wires back to the furnace and found a wire pulled out of the marret connector. Reconnected and the furnace worked. This trailer is a 2006 and I don't think the furnace has ever been used. It was all very clean inside on the blades and tubes, no dust.
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Well done! What is a marret? Please excuse the clueless question --sorry.
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I had to look up that word, too!
I call them wire nuts?

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That's Canada for you.
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Yup, wire nuts are what they are referred as by all the electrical supply wholesalers, electricians and contractors I've ever met/known ~ and that is alot of them, both residential and commercial.

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The fuse panel labeling you have is different than what we have on our 2014 215WSK...

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