Anyone else have problems with Propane/Carbon Monoxide combo alarm in 2012 units???
Ours has seemed overly sensitive to things like non-aerosol hair spray (pump bottle), cologne, perfume, etc. since coming off the lot. This last weekend I had to bleed the stove to get it to burn as it had set with tanks off several weeks. I turned one burner the wrong way and not burning it was on low - the wife smelled propane and questioned me - aired out camper and all was fine but alarm never went off????!!!!!!! Then the next night it was one of those where you needed no air or heat just close the door and relax. About 3 hours after going to sleep it starts alarming - has done this before but this time I could not get it to clear and stop alarming. We could smell no propane, tried cracking door (raining) and turned on fan - nothing would stop this stupid alarm except a pair of wire cutters! (We had worked our vendor booth at a Xmas festival over 14 hours and this was not the right time for this thing to do its false alarms!!
) I don't like disabling this type of alarm but it appears this one has been a problem from day one and is now gone totally bad! We have battery powered fire alarm and carbon monoxide alarms both on the wall that I added as extra safety so we were not totally without protection (they neither one ever went off).
Our previous rig had propane only alarm with us adding the battery powered fire and carbon monoxide alarms. I am going to talk to Jayco next week but am seriously considering changing to the propane only alarm. Any thoughts or suggestions???