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Conversation Between CampyTime and Tilly
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  1. CampyTime
    Dear Tilly,
    I am so sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner. I haven't been on the forum for a while. Yes, you are correct: the toggle switch is for turning off the propane detector if the camper were only on battery. Since the battery is charging while plugged into my tow vehicle, I didn't want a draw on it then. Also, I do not camp without shore power. If the power ever went out at a campsite, I'd use the battery, but this enables me to turn off the propane detector if desired to conserve.

    The toggle switch is mounted in the storage space under the sofa/bunk seat. A little hole was drilled in the wood storage space partition to place it. As far as the hook up of the switch, I'd have to ask my friend as he installed it.

  2. Tilly
    06-17-2014 11:08 AM
    Your mods and updates look great - you should be proud!
    We have installed a similar propane detector in our 1976 boler. Can you tell me more about how you have installed a toggle switch, and clarify when you use it?

    I'm guessing it's to turn off the detector when you are only on battery. Just wondering how difficult it is to install it...

    Thanks in advance.

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