Propane Monitor Beeps Low with Full Batteries
This is the 2nd time this has happened, but last weekend, we stopped at Six Flags for a few rides and renew our passes for next year. It was a warm day with clouds, but not hot, and we wanted to keep the dog in the camper, where she is comfortable. So, I opened the windows, opened the roof vents, and turned our fantastic fans on medium. As soon as I did that, the propane detector goes off low battery. I look at the battery monitor, and it is showing 3/4 LEDs. I didn't measure the voltage at the detector, but out of not wanting the thing beeping for the dog and people walking by, I decided to cut the wire for now. Now, I am debating if I want to try and just throw a new detector in, or start troubleshooting wires and see what is making it sense low voltage. Any thoughts?
TV - 2015 Ram Truck EcoDiesel
TV - 2006 Jeep Liberty Turbo Diesel (Retired to Daily Driver)
TT - 2015 Rockwood Roo 183
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