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Propane Gas Detectors

I can't prove it, but think it's the connectors at the tanks. Like I said, no smell inside so I'll roll with it tonight and do thorough testing later.

If I find I'm too worried to sleep, we'll snuggle in and make the pups to sleep under the covers. We have plenty of blankets.

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