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post #4 of Old 05-14-2007 Thread Starter
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Appreciate the input from both of you. I am thinking that there might be something to the false alarm thing but we don't have a lot of things to mount on. The galley is made up of a lot of individual components that fit together with spaces of about 1/2 to 1/4 inch between them - basically inaccessible

The bilges on the boat are the shallowest I have ever seen - the deepest part of the bilge is right in the center of the cabin, and it is 4 inches deep, so there is not enough space to put a sensor, as they cannot get wet.

So I guess I'll go a little further from the stove and maybe stick it inside the locker under the sink - about 6" up from the hull.

Does anyone know how much propane it takes to blow up a boat ??? (seriously)...
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