Square One...Kind of
Welp, heres how it went.
I instlaled the new gasket and sealed it with 700 degree silicone but still had the problem. By the way, the silicone held up like a champ. I got it from Advanced Auto, the "Copper" high temp silicone.
I completely removed the furnace from the TT but found no obvious problems where any LP might be leaking from.
Reinstalled the furnace and to make a long story short, and after doing everything I could think of, I came to a conclusion.
Even after disconnecting the LP lines from the tanks and the furnace, and burning off what gas was left in the stove line, my hand held detector still went off when the furnace blower came on and forced air into it! Thats right, with no gas being sent to the furnace the air from it sets off the detector.
I have no idea. Am I to assume that there is some sort of "residue" in my furnace from burned LP gas that sets off my detector? i know this makes no sense trust me. Has anyone ever heard of "bad" LP gas? Is this possible?
How about Surburban, the company that makes these furnaces (model NT30-SP), does anyone know what their website is? I am going to use my contact at the RV place however if I could chat with them myself I might save myself a little time.
[SIZE="2"][2004 FORD 4D F150 5.4L
2006 Rockwood 2701SS by Forest River
Directv and DTV
The wife, kids and lots of Pepsi!/SIZE]