Ramona, What you have is a Duo-Therm 65810-002 furnace. This is one of the reasons that I love Trilliums. It requires no electricity to operate and if you blow a fan towards it, it will provide more heat. I use my, "incenerator
" but others have used a heat powered fan like this:
However, this would require the face plate of the furnace to be removed, or mutilated.
Ironically, Duo-Therm made a powered fan for your furnace:
This furnace is so simple that there are very few things that could go wrong. Typically, the problem is a plugged orifice. The orifice can only be accessed by taking the furnace apart. A good thread on the subject:
To replace the asbestos gaskets, use high heat gasket compound:
Or, if you are unlucky, the gas valve may need to be repaired: https://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/...a02-86546.html
Or replaced. Replacing it is not cheep, or easy. The ITT valve is no longer made, and the replacement has different port locations, so some tube bending would be required, (got a tube bender?). The replacement, a Robertshaw 710-201, can be found at Grainger:
$421.48 Canadian. Not cheep.
As for the fridge, look for the original fridge, an RM211. These were used in many pop-up tent trailers, as well as Trilliums and Bolers, (probably others as well). I see them on kijiji frequently, though I didn't see any on kijiji - Quebec just now. If you have an earlier Trillium
, you might have an RM24. The RM211 can still be made to fit. You just have to extend the hole for the fridge to the floor.