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    Just moved into a 2004 Montana with my wife. I don't see a propane detector anywhere so I'm going to install one. I would like to know the best place to put it and how do I string a 12 volt supply to it.

    Thanks

    Mike

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    You need to put it in the kitchen area near the stove about 12" from the floor.

    There are lots of places you can tap into an exsiting light or some other 12v near the area. They do not draw much.

    Take a look here - https://montanarovers.vbulletin.net/node/18555

    And welcome aboard!
    Last edited by Montana Rover; 11-30-2018, 05:39 PM.
    Scott L.
    2012 Ram 3500 Dually LongHorn
    2014 3402RL Legacy Edition

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      #3
      Congratulations! Welcome to our group!
      Solitude 379FL, Morryde IS, Dexter Brakes, Andersen hitch, Ram 3500 Crew Cab, DRW. I travel with wife, Marilyn and a couple Yorkie

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        #4
        Another welcome to the Rovers....enjoy this fine group
        2013 3750 FL, Hd3500 Duramax/Allison, Pull Rite ,Bedsaver, Airbags. Counting the days to Full Timing, and definitely a Rover

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          #5
          I have a new residential 120 volt only refrigerator installed so I used the 12 volt supply for the old refrigerator to install my gas detector. I bought this trailer used and I am very pleased with the quality construction and how most everything still works after 14 years. Both AC's work as does the furnace but the thermostat didn't work. The AC or furnace would work but there was no temperature control. I installed a new digital thermostat and that was a lot of fun redoing the wiring for it. I also have a problem with the hot water heater. The gas portion of the heater wont stay lit. I'm plugged in at a campground so I have electricity and hot water. after a few seconds I hear a click and the flame goes out when I try the gas operation. I'll figure it out sometime this winter. I need advice on another problem. When I hooked up my blackwater drain at the site I pulled the blackwater handle. I felt the valve open and then the handle came completely out of the hole. Its a black T handle on the end of an aluminum rod. The valve is open so I'm flushing lots of water through the system when we use the toilet. I need to know the best way to get through the belly insulation so I can get to the valve and repair it or replace it.
          Thanks
          Mike

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