Beeping

IncredibleHulch

New member
Hello,

We have a 2018 Unity FX and it keeps beeping. Like loudly! We can stop it by depressing a button by the door on the fuse panel cover.

What gives?

Habanero & Chili
 

cbaarch

2016 Unity MB
Hi
Have you joined MyLTV? https://leisurevans.com/myltv/create-account/
There is an item on the menu that gives you access to all the Manufacturers literature on the components. There might be something in there that tells you which button you are pressing if you download the Breaker panel manual.
or you could post a picture of the button you press on this forum.
 

SSTraveler

2014 LTV Unity Murphy Bed
Hello,

We have a 2018 Unity FX and it keeps beeping. Like loudly! We can stop it by depressing a button by the door on the fuse panel cover.

What gives?

Habanero & Chili
This isn't Facebook, if you really want an accurate response we need more specific information. There are any number of items that beep in the Unity. Pictures help also, what are you pressing, show us.
 
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IncredibleHulch

New member
Thank you for your responses. Sorry, we are new to this wonderful way of life....It is indeed the CO/LP monitor. We have left a window cracked and that seems to have taken care of it.

Very happy to know this is not Facebook.
 

GJS

Member
Thank you for your responses. Sorry, we are new to this wonderful way of life....It is indeed the CO/LP monitor. We have left a window cracked and that seems to have taken care of it.

Very happy to know this is not Facebook.
From my experience, you shouldn't have to crack the window. I would suggest determine whether the beeping is because the monitor is faulty or needs replacement or is actually detecting CO or LP and take action based on that (either replacing the monitor or finding the source of a possible leak).
 

IncredibleHulch

New member
From my experience, you shouldn't have to crack the window. I would suggest determine whether the beeping is because the monitor is faulty or needs replacement or is actually detecting CO or LP and take action based on that (either replacing the monitor or finding the source of a possible leak).
Thank you GJS. That sounds like a much better route than cracking a window!
 
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cbaarch

2016 Unity MB
I have a CO and Gas Alarm in my 2016 which has a battery - it is not by the front door but at the back of unit in the sleeping area so best to learn about what it looks like and how it works when sleeping in an RV with a propane furnace.
The alarm needs power - check to see if the battery is good. Being new (welcome to the club) If you do not have a DC/AC volt meter it is a really good item to get as part of your tool kit.
 

WinnieView1

2014 Winnebago View 24G
The alarms are usually only rated for a 5 year life and may have a sticker on the back with the manufactured date. Pushing the button will usually silence it for a few days but it may need to be replaced.
 

Cheyenne

UK 2004 T1N 313CDi
Are your coach batteries on charge?

If yes then they could be failing and gassing off and the Hydrogen gas released will trigger your CO/LP alarm.

Keith.
 

HMayer

New member
I’ve had the experience with the CO and gas monitor beeping as well. I ultimately resolved the issue by replacing the coach batteries. It seems that the sensor is very sensitive to odd voltage fluctuations. Though my LTV is only 3 years old, I found the batteries to be defective, likely because they were damaged during winter storage. I now remove the batteries for the winter and will trickle charge them on occasion.
 

Klipstr

2018 Wonder FTB
Had similar problem. Turned out to be a faulty CO detector. LTV sent me a new one. Or put a switch on the power wire to the CO detector so you can turn it off without having to yank out the drawer in the middle of the night to cut the damn wire. Oh, was that my outside voice? I guess I was remembering something traumatic...
 

2yrs2go

2019 Unity MB
My detector does not like Lysol spray. If I have all the windows closed when I change the sheets on the murphy bed and spray a little too much Lysol I know the detector will go off and I'll need to reset the alarm a few times as it normally takes about 10 minutes to dissipate. There maybe other aerosols that can cause the same problem
 

Cheyenne

UK 2004 T1N 313CDi
My detector does not like Lysol spray. If I have all the windows closed when I change the sheets on the murphy bed and spray a little too much Lysol I know the detector will go off and I'll need to reset the alarm a few times as it normally takes about 10 minutes to dissipate. There maybe other aerosols that can cause the same problem
The propellant in many aerosols is Butane and/or Propane so will set off any LP Gas detector in a confined space.

Keith.
 

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