So, based on reading previous threads, I decided to resolve my loud furnace issue (Atwood Hydro Flame 7916-II) by replacing the blower motor. I thought everything went smoothly during the install, but now I can’t get the furnace to kick on at all. Here’s what’s happening: When I flip the switch to the furnace “on” and turn on the thermostat, I hear the click from the thermostat telling the furnace to start the blower. But the blower never starts. After about 10 seconds, the furnace on/off switch flips itself to off. To eliminate the thermostat as the issue, I removed it from the sequence. No difference. It’s also worth noting that when I flip the furnace switch on, my overhead dome LED lights dim. That never happened with the old blower motor. It seems like it’s an electrical issue, so I’m thinking of trying a new battery. The fuses all appear to be fine. I’ve double-checked all the wiring connections in the furnace and they appear to be solid as well. Help, please! Oh, it’s a 1999 Coleman Fleetwood Sea Pine. Furnace with old blower motor always worked fine for us (we’ve owned this pup for two years).