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Old 10-10-2016, 07:19 PM   #1
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New Low-Power Propane Solenoid?

I have taking inventory of all power draws on my systems and note that the propane solenoid uses the most at night at about 1.2 amps. In looking at possible replacements I have found a line of low-power valves advertised to be .55 watts at 12v (<0.1 amp) Does anyone have experience in replacing the stock valve to a low-powered one? Thanks. I have an '07 T1N Interstate but this topic should apply across the board.
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