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2000 mobile home furance

The pilot is not golwing

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Re: 2000 mobile home furance

This can be caused by several problems here are the two most common: 1. Glow coil has a crack in it or a burn out spot. If so, replace. 2. The glow bar is controled by limit switches, if one is open and not closed it will not allow power to the glow bar.

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