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Old 11-07-2018, 12:03 PM   #6
GLENNCALVIN
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Location: NORTHERN ARM
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M.O.C. #20051
I removed the screws from the igniter plate and used the furnace fan to blow the excess water out of the fire box. after it drained I used the wife's air drier and blew back through the furnace exhaust for about an hour, to dry everything. I then screwed the igniter plate back on and started trying the furnace. It worked ok. The water got in there because my trailer was tilted a little to the right, combined with high winds and heavy rain, this was the perfect condition for what had happened. Cheers Glenn I also put a bead of silicone around the outside plastic cover.
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