I have a newer Trident sensor, solenoid, and control panel. Make a small jumper that connects the green and white in the connector(might be different on other models) and the Trident control panel will think the sensor is attached and working, allowing one to make fixes while still using the gas.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)
I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS AS A LONG TERM SOLUTION, but it's handy when you know the gas is off at the bottles and you want to get some sleep without beeping or cook a meal.
Sorry for reviving old thread. Stumbled on this and thought it might offer a solution for others.