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Old 09-07-2015, 11:37 AM   #1
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LP leak sensor in Dutch Star

I have lost voltage to the LP leak detector in my coach. Does anyone know where a fuse might be located. I have searched the interior fuse bank as well as under the dash and hood. I found nothing. I also checked behind the on/off switch for the sensor for an in line fuse but found none there either. Would appreciate anyone's insight.
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Not knowing your year or floor plan . I'll give the info for my 99 , there is an lp detector power switch near the salesman switch , for turning off the detectors power when the coach is in storage, and the fuse , is in-line in my power bay, attached to the coach battery disconnect.
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Old 09-07-2015, 11:47 AM   #3
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Salesman switch ?? 2001DSDP HERE
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Thanks but that is the switch location I already checked. There is no in line fuse on my 2003.
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Hi MSG Chuck,
On my coach the fuse you are looking for is in the basement compartment that contains the electric shore cord. On the back wall of this compartment is a compartment covered with a black panel (kind of blends in with the back wall). The black panel is Velcroed in place. Pull the panel off and there will be a 12 VDC fuse block. For me the LP detector fuse is the far right fuse.
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Talking LP Leak Sensor

Hello to my new best friend GaryKD! I am pleased to report that your advise was exactly what I had overlooked. Although I've been there many times before, I completely overlooked this area this time. I replaced the fuse and now all is well with the detector.
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Thanks for the thanks.
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