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Old 08-18-2009, 12:37 PM   #1
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CCI Controls Propane Detector Model 7719

Does any one gave the owners/Instalation Manual for the CCI Model 7719 Propane Detector Alarm? I need a wiring diagram for it and I am told the company is out of business. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Is that the 3-wire model, where one wire goes to a gas shut-off valve and the other two to 12v +& 1? I've read that the control line to the gas valve is 9v rather than 12v. See this earlier thread on replacing the 7719:
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Yes, it is the 3 wire model. I am trying to figure out how my system is hooked up as they are using only two of the wires and I do not know what is controlling the solenoid valve. It does close the valve when the unit goes into alarm as I found out chasing bad grounds.


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Beats me. I always thought one of the wires went to the valve, but I guess not. I just replaced a 3 wire CCi with a two wire model (all I could find, now that CCI is gone) and everything continues to work fine. But I don't seem to have a gas shutoff valve in mine.
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I have an additional question about the detector. Does the orange wire going to the solenoid valve have a constant voltage. Is it set to kill power to the valve if gas is detected? I have a constant 12v at the solenoid.
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I think the line to the valve stays hot to keep the valve open. If it voltage falls, the valve closes and no gas.
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CCI detector

Whoever had the truck before took the solenoid valve out of the system. I think I have a problem because even with the switch on the detector in the off position there is still power to the coil. I know that constant voltage on the coil would eventually burn it out. Just wanted to be sure I had my ducks in a row before I shelled out $200 for another detector if I can find one. Anyone know of another brand that I can replace my CCI detector with.

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Some detectors have a 3 wire input - one hot from the chassis battery, one hot from the engine battery, and (of course) ground. Have you tried CW for a replacement? May be way overpriced, but if you can't find another . . . .
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I had one of the CCI models with three wires, which are as nbounder describes. I replace it with a two wire model. Neither one operated a gas valve.
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