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I have the current Trident unit, and it won't work without the sensor attached. Likewise if the sensor fails, everything defaults to fault condition. (I know people who carry a spare sensor with them)

My unit has NEVER false alarmed, not once, in 3 years of use. If yours kept alarming, either it was faulty, or you had a leak of propane or another hydrocarbon.

The way I see it, you have a broken safety device. Replacing broken things with working ones is a normal part of boat ownership, especially when it's a safety item.

Just buy the latest version and make it fit.
 
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