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Old 09-18-2018, 06:59 AM   #5
piyush123
 
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Default Re: Replacing Propane detector

Thanks for all the tips. I was actually thinking of sawing between the two cutout holes to make a bigger gap and then reach the connector that way. Its really strange the connector seems just slightly too big to get through one of the holes. Makes you wonder how did they install it in the first place. Its still on my to do list but I appreciate all the insight. Given that it should be changed every 5 years - it should be an easier job. I'll let you know when I get it back together. I don't think I'll go the black tank route.
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