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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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bucksnort64

ice castle furnace problems

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I have ice castle furnace that is not engaging I hear the gas valve open then the clicking put not lighting.

I also have gas at the valve .

the 3 burner stove works fine.

any suggestions .

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2 years ago a mouse made a nest in the chamber of mine. It had the same symptom. You will have to take it apart to find out. (right after the fan. Make sure you LP monitor wires are also on. Hope this helps.

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I have had problems lighting the pilot and/or getting my furnace to stay lit. I found I had some moisture that froze in part of the gas valve on the furnace. Had to carefully warm it up with a lighter. This has happened several times. I believe propane gives off some moisture when it burns, not sure if that is where it is coming from?? Anyone else had this problem?

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I have all the pre caution stuff on thanks .

I have the problem fixed .

It was the regulator I had single stage and switched to duel stage

works fine know .

Thanks for all the suggestions

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