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RM2652 runs a short while on gas then gas shuts off.

Electric side works well. When I switch to gas it ignites well, has blue steady flame and flue is clear. Gas side will burn anywhere from 1 minute to several minutes then shut off and "CHECK" light will come on on control panel inside RV. I have stood at burner and watched same cut off. No change in steady blue flame just instantly cut off. I do hear what appears to be a "breaker" switch single "click" from the area of the circuit board. ANY IDEAS???

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That was my same problem. I posted yesterday but I don't think I did it right! Anyway I had stated I thought it was the thermocouple and that's what it was. The millivolts while connected were down around 13.5 or so and that low of a voltage is not enough for the control board to verify there is a flame present. I replaced the thermocouple and it now reads 33.5 millivolts while the flame is on. So before you buy a new control board, make sure it's not something less expensive. I paid almost $40 for the replacement, but I am in a hurry to get this unit repaired. You can find them on-line for about half that.

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