Question about Heating & Cooling
Our Suburban Dynaline 3 has a period (.) in the display and we don't know what this means. I have tried to track down the manual, but cannot track down any troubelshooting or servicing documentation. Any help would be appreciated.
I had the same issue with my unit - I just needed to clean the air intake filter. The system will lock-down if it isn't getting the right air pressure / overheating.
It's easy to do, you just grab the lower back sides of the cover and lift it up and away from the unit. The filter is at the front of the system and can be pulled up and out for cleaning. You can then clean the filter with water / soap water.
There are also instructions in the manual about checking the flame - you can do this while the filter is off. There's a little window into the burner and you should be seeing a predominately blue flame.
Posted on Mar 01, 2015
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