Originally Posted by steve32409
I know I should not respond again - However , My point was that " Pinn " ran out of LP gas and thought he had a leak , but no leak ! ) and also - the LP detector , hi tech or not will never be the " cause " of a gas leak
And I shouldn't respond again... however... we do not know what the dealer replaced when he told Pinn he replaced the leak detector. It is very possible to assume they replaced the detector and the accompanying shut-off valve. (if so equipped) Many dealers refer to the interior detector (along with the shut-off valve assembly kit) as a 'LP leak detector.'
He run out of LP gas for some reason. Do we really know why?
Back in the old days, there were actually LP detectors that had the shut-off valve mounted on the detector itself and additional plumbing went from the LP supply to the detector and then to the rest of the rig. I have not seen one of these in many years as I'm sure laws have required the shut-off to be located near the tank to protect all of the plumbing.
I agree, just the interior electronic detector itself wouldn't be the cause of the leak.