Georgiana Rock
The furnace in our Retro 195 doesn't always come back on after it has come to temperature and shut down. Some connection must be loose because if you hit the cover a couple of times it comes back on. We did put in a digital Honeywell thermostat which works great. You can hear the thermostat kick in but nothing happens at the furnace end. And yes the temp is set higher than the temp inside the trailer. Any ideas, someone else run into this?
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Calabrio

I'd love to hear.  On my first trip out in the trailer, temperatures fell to the 30s.  For the first hour, the furnace worked beautifully.  Until about 3AM.  Then it never came on again.  Same symptoms, though I haven't tried beating it yet. 

I took the easy way out and bought a tiny electric heater at the store the next morning. 

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Gran
I have the same problem...I never know if it will come on....most of the time it doesn't....however, I haven't really needed it yet, just occasionally
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MT Traveler
Same issues we had on our 2018 177SE.  Took it in to the dealer and they said the thermostat was bad and replaced it.  I'll test it out hopefully tomorrow if the temperature drops enough.  It took several weeks for the dealer to contact White Water, then they contacted the supplier and finally got the part installed.  I did notice that our dealer has the same thermostat on the parts shelf, for about $35.  I would have gladly paid that and installed it myself!  
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sunvalleyjoe
easy way to test thermostat is short the 2 wires together . The furnace should start right away and eliminate the thermostat.GBA!!SVJ
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MT Traveler
Finally found out what the issue was.  The symptom is that the space heater will work just fine once, but it will not come back on when the temperature in the trailer drops back down.  The dealer couldn't make it do so I took the trailer to them on a cold day and we tested it together.  The heater did the same thing, but we found that when we shut off power to the trailer, and then turned it back on the heater would work again.  Basically making the circuit board in the heater loose it's memory.  The dealer had the circuit board pulled and tested, and it was bad.  They are in the process of replacing it now.  Hopefully this will solve the issue.
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