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Old 10-02-2022, 04:42 PM   #1
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LP/CO2 Sensor on 2010 Flying Cloud FB

The LP/CO2 sensor went out in my 2010 23FB. I bought a replacement but cannot get power to it. Can anyone with a 23FB tell me where the fuse is for this thing is located?
Also, I had two wires to the old Atwood sensor and the new Atwood sensors have 3 wires, so I subbed out for another brand that has two leads. The leads in my trailer are black and white, the leads off the new sensor are black and red. I attached the red lead from the sensor to the white wire in the trailer and black to black. I assume this is correct. I tested the sensor by attaching it directly to the battery and the green light lit up, so I think the sensor is working.
Any help locating the fuse or anything else I should do would be greatly apprectiated. Thank you in advance for your helpful suggestions. Cameron
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Old 10-02-2022, 07:21 PM   #2
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There is a small inline fuse that is hard to get to behind the LP sensor that blows most of the time if you change the sensor without removing all power first.
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