Replacing Expired RV LP Gas Detector (Atwood ProTECHtor)

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In this video, I replace my expiring Atwood 2001 ProTECHTor LP Gas Detector alarm with a new one. The old model wasn’t available so I install a newer version.

I explain my installation and hookup and the perform a demo test. According to the manual, the RV LP gas detector should be replaced every 7 years -/+ 128 days. After that time they aren’t guaranteed to be trustworthy. The new model has a stated lifespan of 84 months.

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