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Live. Work. Dream.: How to replace RV propane leak detector and when

From the bloggers at Live. Work. Dream.

If the propane leak alarm in your RV is constantly going off, don’t panic. In most cases, the detector is just old and needs to be replaced.

Propane gas detectors should be replaced every 5-7 years. In fact, you will find an expiration date on the front of most common LP leak detectors.

That being said, please investigate immediately if you think you may have a propane leak! The alarm is there for a reason. If your RV or propane detector is new, do not read any further. Do not pass go. Open all your windows, vacate the RV, turn off your gas and figure out what is going on.

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