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Troubleshooting A Greystone RV Fireplace That Keeps Shutting Off  


My Greystone fireplace blower shuts off after 30/35 seconds..My RV is a 2020 keyboard the fireplace is built on. Is there an replacement blower/fuse? Model numbers on owner pamphlet is W31BCFW and W32BCFW


Expert Reply:

If the blower on your Greystone RV Fireplace keeps shutting off I would first test the outlet with a multimeter # PT89ZR to make the fireplace is actually receiving enough power to fully function. Trailer manufacturers like to skimp wherever they can to save money so there's a chance you're getting a voltage drop.

I recommend removing it from the wall and blowing out the vents with a can of compressed air and trying it on a different outlet as well to see if the issue persists. If so then you'd need to reach out to Greystone (Lippert Components) since you likely have a bad a control board and would need a replacement.

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Kevin C



Appreciate the info! Having the same issue with our Greystone part# F3025, serial# YCF30250oo11718, vendor part# F31-18A. It will run sometimes for 30 seconds sometimes for 10 minutes then shut off. Took your advise and switched outlets and it run fine and doesn't shut off. I'm not much of an electrician ... what setting should I use on the multimeter and what reading should I get? If it isn't correct do I replace the outlet or is the problem in the fuse panel? Any other thoughts, please. Thank you very much!

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Kevin C.


@Jeff The fireplace runs off of 120 volt power so you should be on 'AC' mode on your multimeter # PT89ZR and should see 110v to 120v power at the outlet. If not, then you can run new thicker gauge wires from the power center to the outlet to prevent voltage drop and keep your fireplace operating normally.

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