I think its a gas detector, Jayco TT on the side of the dinnett. TT has not been plugged in for 2 weeks when I came home this evening I heard an alarm coming from TT. It was 92 degrees and trailer was closed up. I opened the vents and it didnt stop until I plugged it up,it stopped immeadiatelty. Do these have a small AA battery backup or anything?
IMO any gas detector that produces as many false alarms as the typical RV gas detector does, is useless. The last time mine went off when I began using the sweeper (not gas powered) and with the gas turned off at the outside tank, I unplugged it. Before my next trip, I'll purchase a portable leak detector. I'll check around the stove/oven before going to bed. I stay at FHU parks when traveling, so I don't run the reefer on gas anyway. And I don't overnight in weather that requires anything more than an electric space heater.
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pretty common when you don't have the trailer plugged in or don't have a battery disconnect switch.
there are many parasitic power drains on RVs and without shore power or the battery disconnected, these will drain the battery in a few days, thus setting off the alarm which is hardwired to the battery.
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