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Old 09-16-2015, 05:25 PM   #1
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not getting propane to units, no voltage

I have a 1989 Pace Arrow, 70m miles, not getting propane to water heater/or furnaces. noting no voltage at regulator on propane tank.?? any ideas??
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Old 09-16-2015, 05:41 PM   #2
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A belated welcome to iRV2 , first post I see.

Some RV's had a propane leak detector with a control that would shut down the propane solenoid , to cut flow in the event of a leak/alarm.
If you can pull the leak detector and check the wiring and the instructions on the back , look for a wiring diagram that includes a wire to the solenoid.
Most detectors set up to control the solenoid will have at least 3 wires some 4 or 5.
You may have a blown fuse for the detector, or a defective unit.
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no prpoane

I found it. the gas sensor in the hallway had shut off. once I reset it, I have voltage and propane!!
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I found it. the gas sensor in the hallway had shut off. once I reset it, I have voltage and propane!!
Well I did something right today; time to quit while I'm ahead.

Thanks for wrapping up your post , so many forget.
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