Originally Posted by buddyu
Last year we had to replace one of the batteries because it boiled out and gas was escaping so it was replaced. Doesn't appear to be the problem now. I bought the RV in October 2011 so the detector should not be too old.
I agree, age should not be your problem. If you have checked your propane system out by a qualified propane mechanic, they do go bad.
You could replace first and if you still have a problem, go to the tech, but if you have a gas leak it could be a dangerous troubleshooting tree.
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