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Propane Leak Test

Never assume that the propane detector is faulty just because you cannot smell anything. The detector is way more sensitive than the human nose. I would recommend that you have a leak test done on your gas system and I also recommend that you have this done on a yearly basis.

RVs travel and are subject to vibrations and road shocks that could loosen or damage the LPG fittings or lines.  It is possible that the detector is faulty, but have the system checked out to be sure. A leak test should detect any unsafe condition.

A total LPG gas test takes about 1 hour and should include the following:

Any repairs would be extra and noted on the gas check.

See also: Propane Safety

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