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Xintex sniffer Old model

My boat has an old S-2 I had it working a couple of years ago. It won't turn on the solenoid now. Everything seems to say it's a bad sensor. The website says new will fit old.
MS-2 Gasoline and Propane Sensor from Fireboy-Xintex


I can't right now, but should I assume it is the sensor? If I remember right the beeping is an indicator. I'll read the manual today.

Oh.. it has a voltage test that can be done on the sensor.

For the little use my stove gets I just don't know. May just convert to a 1b bottle, and leave the 11 lb. one in the club locker :
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Last edited by deniseO30; 06-25-2013 at 09:49 AM. Reason: I can read manuals too!
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