I know this has been discussed but I have another question. I have now given up on our LP/CO detector. The LP alarm goes off for no clear reason. It was even checked for a leak by a dealer. It seems to be very unreliable.
I have read that many say they just disconnect the detector - but that seems like a poor answer.
Now I am wondering if it has to do with the location? We have a Winnebago Minnie Winnie and the hallway to the bedroom has the shower on one side and the toilet / lav on the other side. The detector is mounted in the wall - about 4 inches from floor on the toilet / lab side of that hallway.
I seem to remember other RV's we have had with it mounted in the kitchen?
This is the second detector I have tried. The RV was only 1 year old when I replaced the first unit (thinking perhaps they used an old unit) and now the replacement unit is sending what certainly appears to be false alarms.
I do not detect any hint of propane in the air and the factory checked the lines and no leak.
Gary and Karen Stone - stick home in Texas
LCMS Church - 2014 Minnie Winnie 31KP, 2014 Jeep Gary is N5PHT, Ham Op, Retired from Fed Gov