You may have air in the lines. Try lighting the burners on the stove to make sure that all of the air is purged from the lines. If the furnace still won't work after doing this have the dealer check the unit.
George & Lynda
College Station, TX
2011 Cruiser CF335SS Patriot
'04 Dodge 2500 Quadcab CTD
check your exhaust to make sure nothing nested in there (Rodent, insects)
Also, I've had the same thing happen on my residential furnace and it turned out to be the flame sensor. Short term, you can take a bit of steel wool to it, long term, it needs to be probably replaced. The symptoms sound all to familiar.
Just trying to think of things to prevent you from taking it in.
well, here it is 15 days after purchasing my brand new tow behind and I still have no furnace and no water pressure at my kitchen sink. I did however find the problem with the running lights. It turns out that on some Nissan models there is a 4th relay that controls the running lights under the dash to the left of the steering column. Now that I've complained a bit I am wondering if anyone has the same setup that I do?
2007 Nissan Armada + 2013 Crossroads Z-1 271BH
I'm wondering how their experience with this setup is before I head out across State lines.