I finally got around to troubleshooting my stove. I was not getting any propane
to it. My setup is there's a switch on the DC panel and then I have another switch at the stove. The solenoid is on the low pressure side. When I check both continuity and voltage at the second switch everything is OK so I know both switches are OK. When I check continuity of the wires disconnected at the solenoid it's OK. When I check voltage at the solenoid it's less than 1 volt.
Two things I didn't do: 1) check the voltage of only the wires at the solenoid end - I checked it while the wires were connected to the solenoid; and 2) I just thought of this moments ago - I might be out of propane!
So here's my question. Should the solenoid read 12 volts when the switch is on and the wires are connected? Or is a solenoid low voltage, although I'm not sure how that would make it read low voltage if the wires are delivering 12 volts and I'm measuring where the wires connect to it.