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Originally posted by techntrek techntrek wrote:

Note that the newer models have temperature markings on the thermostat.


*grumbles*  I replaced my older-style thermostat with a digital one because I didn't have a clue how warm I was setting the furnace.
Craig :: 2008 Mazda Tribute :: 2009 r-pod 171, The Johnnie Ray
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I have a newer model,2016 171, the furnace fired up nicely last year. It's been sitting for a while but the propane tank feels half full. Does it take a long time for the gas to reach the heater when you first turn it on? Also I put the thermostat on furnace and the AC and the furnace comes on at the same time. Just no warm air...???
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My furnace was working last year but don't know what's going on with it this year. It's a 2016 171. When I set the thermostat on furnace, the air conditioner comes on and the furnace too, but blows cold air. Does propane go bad after awhile? It feels like there is propane in the tank. Any ideas?
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