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Old 03-24-2022, 12:40 PM   #1
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2015 Thor Ace 29.2 Furnace Removal

I have an issue where the furnace control board keeps getting water on it due to the access door design. I bought a new door and door frame from Thor. To install it and remove the old frame you need to access the screws that holds the frame. These unfortunately are blocked by the furnace so I need to remove the furnace to undo the screws. How do you get to the back end of the furnace on an 2015 Ace 29.2 to undo the wiring and flexible ducts to allow you to pull it out. It looks like it is under the step-up floor in the bedroom area but do not see a way to get to it. Has any one had to remove a furnace from a 2015 Ace 29.2

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Old 03-24-2022, 11:47 PM   #2
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Common problem back in that timeframe - we had it but just added an external vent to the door with the louvers facing the correct way and re-positioned the circuit board.

Your furnace should be pretty much removable from the outside but if you need to get to the back it looks like your access will be from underneath the RV as it's below interior floor level.
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