These shut off valves are usually sold as part of an LP detector and are available from LP dealers or numerous online sources. Try a Google search for "LP shut off valve" (without the quotes).
But are you sure you need a new valve? It seems more likely your LP detector is triggering the valve because it thinks it has detected propane. If you are convinced this is a false alarm, you may need a new detector rather than a new valve. The sensor can get contaminated by things like hair spray or household chemicals, especially spray types.
Low voltage at the solenoid might also be the culprit.
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