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Old 09-16-2021, 11:56 AM   #1
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Propane detector fuse?

I'm replacing the propane detector in our 2013 FR3 and I think I may have blown a fuse. I had power before starting, but now have none. I checked the fuses in the fuse box in the bedroom, but all of them are good. Any idea where the fuse might be located for the detector? Thanks.
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Typically LP Detectors are wired directly to battery POS so check from small gauge wire at battery and in-line fuse nearby
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Thanks for the response. I checked last night among the spaghetti mass of wires in my battery compartment and the last inline fuse I opened appeared to be blown. I replaced it and was rewarded with a glowing green light on the detector.
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