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Old 05-31-2012, 08:27 PM   #15
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Our stove top lifts up and can be taken off. Then you can use a spray bottle with mostly water and a few gtts. of dish soap to test all stove burners/connections for leaks. Our connection where the gas line comes into the stove had a crack in the fitting. DH smelled gas and he has a poor sense of smell. It will buble up if you have a leak. Fitting replaced and passed the buble test. We also had our Rv dealer do a dropdown propane test to make sure we had no other leaks.
Use this method to check for leaks first and then later you can decide whether you want to open windows, or vents or get another propane detector. If you are smelling gas, you don't want to mess around and try to out-guess it.
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