I have no pets and not cleaning at 2am so keep thinking guys thanks If it was propane it wouldn't reset i wouldn't think...
I didn't think you's be up scrubbing at 2 am,
But the products in the trailer (under the sink, in their containers) could still be doing it. At night, when no one is moving stirring up the air, the concentrations of the products in tthe air surrounding the detector could get high enough to trigger.
I have seen it a few times in the rental fleet I used to manage.
Alaska is next! Still trying to fit the pontoons to the RV so We can get to Hawaii!
I checked the battery and the water was low but didn't seem bad enough to cause problems. a new detector is about 60.00 bucks may try one if it dont stop. Maybe i need two batterys. Im Moving any chemicals that are at ground level. If all fail I'll trade this thing...lol
There are very few parts in a propane detector. Try vacuuming the surface with a furniture brush just to eliminate foreign objects as a possible (but unlikely) cause. My detector is hardwired into the coach - check to see if yours might possible have a 9 volt battery in it that's going bad.
If it's hardwired, you don't have animals passing noxious emissions and you are absolutely 100% positive you don't have a minor propane leak, you'll need to replace the detector.