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Old 09-14-2018, 08:52 AM   #4
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Default Re: Replacing Propane detector

The original detector in my Westy was the MTI Safe-T-Alert 40-441A.

My original detector seemed to be working when I took it out, but the manufacturer recommends replacing them every five years. It was impossible to reach where the original was connected in my Westy as well. After trying unsuccessfully to access it, I just cut off the old detector leaving as much wire as possible. You can crimp or solder the wires from the new one to the old one, and it should work fine. The holes for the screws lined up perfectly.
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