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Old 02-21-2019, 04:13 PM   #1
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HELP! Alarm going off

I have a COI output alarm going off. Not sure what that is and can't find anything about it in the owner's manual.
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Old 02-21-2019, 04:38 PM   #2
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What is COI?
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Old 02-21-2019, 04:42 PM   #3
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HELP! Alarm going off

Do u mean CO alarm? Carbon Monoxide? Please be very careful, if it truly is carbon monoxide you need to stay Out of that trailer until you get the source of the gas repaired.
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Or do you mean something like this?
https://www.mastervolt.com/products/...th-connectors/
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Assume it’s real. Get everyone out of the RV leave door open and go to you Propane tanks and turn them off. The CO Detector info is in my owners manual.
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Old 02-21-2019, 05:11 PM   #6
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Carbon monoxide is orderless and colorless. Many times the alarm is alerting to low battery. Too low for it to work. Have use/store in use and test battery voltage. Are you on shore power is also helpful info for us trying to help.
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Old 02-21-2019, 05:20 PM   #7
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Or do you mean something like this?
https://www.mastervolt.com/products/...th-connectors/
Not CO, it is like this link. COI Output. Says level in tank 2 is critically low. Tank 1 is 100% so I cut off tank 2 and turned arrow to tank 1 but the alarm on the Czone panel keeps going off. I can hit acknowledge and the alarm will go of for approx. 5 minutes then come back on.
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Not CO, it is like this link. COI Output. Says level in tank 2 is critically low. Tank 1 is 100% so I cut off tank 2 and turned arrow to tank 1 but the alarm on the Czone panel keeps going off. I can hit acknowledge and the alarm will go of for approx. 5 minutes then come back on.


Can you do a system reset? Sounds like a glitch. Not familiar with the CZONE stuff and there is very little info online unfortunately.
Even less about the AS specific CZONE system.
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Unplugged from shore power and did battery disconnect. Waited 5 minutes and got the same alarm.
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I'm having a hard time understanding how I can have an alarm for low level in a lp tank that is not selected and is turned off. Any thoughts?
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If I unplugged the wire going to the tank that is almost empty would that stop the alarm?
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If I unplugged the wire going to the tank that is almost empty would that stop the alarm?
No.
It will alarm, and continue alarming until you fill the tank. If you unplug the connector, the alarm will be for a bad connection. And it will continue until you refill the tank and connect the plug.
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No.
It will alarm, and continue alarming until you fill the tank. If you unplug the connector, the alarm will be for a bad connection. And it will continue until you refill the tank and connect the plug.
No, that is not true. Disconnect the tank sensor and the Czone will ignore it. I had this happen to me. It stopped the alarm.
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Also, if you blew through a tank of gas quickly, you probably have your Alde set to propane priority. Change that to electric priority.

Your tank connector should automatically move to the full tank on it's own. The sensor will still read empty on the 1st tank, but you should still have gas from the second without manually having to change it.

JC told me to disconnect the sensor when this happened to me. There is no solution other than this to stop it from popping up. They need to fix that.
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