Hi Everyone that helped me out last week, with my alleged propane leak, and hot kill switch.
Just picked her up yesterday from the dealer and the verdict is inů.
it was the batteries! They were boiling so much that they emitted a very sulphuric like smell that built up and the propane alarm went off. This is why I thought it was a propane leak, along with the gas like smell.
The batteries remained hot for a few days, because they still were hot when the technician removed them. Thankfully they were an AMG glass mat so they did not boil over into the trailer.
I had both batteries replaced, the unit was checked for a propane leak, which there actually was, a small leak coming from the 'pigtails' outside at the tanks.
I had noticed the old batteries were not of the same age, one from 2009, the other 2011. So now they are both July 2014.
Just out of curiousity, how long should these new AMG's last on average, and what can I do during winter storage to make sure they last.
Thanks again everyone