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Old 25-06-2015, 08:22   #1
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Latest propane solenoids & sensors?

I'm looking for a replacement galley stove propane solenoid control with leak sensor(s). My existing unit is very old (but I'll keep the solenoid as a spare) and I'd like to upgrade to one with a sensor (or two). My choices appear limited to the Fireboy/Xintex SA-2 or the Trident Rubber control.

I noticed that the Xintex does NOT have an on-off function, and consumes about a tenth of an amp when energized, necessitating a breaker or power switch to shut off all parasitic drain. I can't find an installation manual online for the Trident, but it appears to be able to shut off all power at the panel.

Anyone have a suggestion as to an option?
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