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Old 12-01-2012, 08:54 PM   #11
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Anyone else have an old pair of shoes they took off at the door by the sensor, set it off?

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Old 04-13-2014, 10:22 AM   #12
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I was reading thru all these messages, and I noticed one comment about the propane alarm chirping when it's the battery, not being a constant sound. I had been doing little maint issues on my new/used Sport yesterday, hooked up the trailer to elect to check power to lights, microwave, fridge, etc. Also took it for a test drive and backing lessons (it's been a long time)-- Anyway this morning I heard a shrill sound from inside my home, and it turned out the alarm inside the trailer was going off, and a constant sound. I flipped the light switches to the on position, and it stopped, when I turned them off, it sounded again..... ???? What's the deal, anyone know? It's not a propane leak since my tank is good, and it's not hooked up at present to the trailer, so I'm really not sure what is causing the alarm to sound constantly? LOW BATTERY??

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Old 06-02-2014, 06:49 PM   #13
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same thing

Hey Starchazr I'm in almost the exact same scenario. Got the camper out yesterday, drove around a bit, now today the propane alarm keeps going off. I flipped the switch to ON and it goes off.

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