There is nothing worse on a bitter cold night than finding out your RV furnace can’t crank out heat. RVing expert, Dave Solberg and RVIA Master Technician, Steve Albright, illustrate the importance of completing a thorough inspection of an RV furnace when looking at a used vehicle. 
Steve and Dave walk through a visual checklist of a furnace’s exterior components, including intake and exhaust tubes, heat exchanger, burner, CO detector, and blower wheel. In addition to RV exterior components, Steve recommends reading your RV unit’s label to confirm that all listed parts are in place during your inspection. If you don’t feel comfortable completing the inspection on your own, bring your vehicle to a certified technician and have the experts take a look! 

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