Classic LP Gas Alarm Flush Mount, Tan

Catalog Item # 56358

Let Safe-T-Alert alarms protect you from hidden dangers on the road.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
Overall: 6 3/8” W x 2 7/8” H x 1” D
Cut Out: 5 3/8" W x 2.0" H

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 7 reviews (4 Based on 7 Reviews)

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  • Easy installation (1)
  • Fitment was excellent (1)
  • Sleek design (1)

Works good

by Raymond Dietrich – July 25, 2011
4 out of 5 stars

Works very good so far.

Nice propane detector replacement

by RoyBoy1 – October 21, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

I purchased this unit in store locally and installed it without any problems or issues. The size and holes from the original were

Replaces the CCI Propane Alarm

by Charles Marshall – November 21, 2013
4 out of 5 stars

My original equipment CCI alarm used a plug to plug into the power supply. This had two wires. I had to cut the old wires to the p

Classic LP Gas Alarm

by Al R – January 16, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

The unit works fine. However it would have been better, had a sensor been available that was compatable with the original gas valv

Fit perfectly

by Woody Coggin – April 18, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I had to replace the detector in my RV and this one worked perfectly. I had to use small wire nuts to connect my plug but it was

by Anonymous – September 08, 2016
Current Draw: 90mA @ 12VDC
by Camping World – September 09, 2016
by Ma – August 20, 2015
Replacing on Fleetwood Discovery old lp unit was cci model 7773
This alarm (model# 30-442-P-BR) can replace CCI units 7773.081, 7773.231, 7773.151, and 7773.251

Some CCI units installed Fleetwood and Winnebago RV's have 2 power leads. Safe-T-Alert units only have one power lead. Connect the "House" power to the Safe-T-Alert Red wire and cut and cap the "Chassis" power wire.
by Camping World – August 20, 2015

by Larry – February 12, 2015
Our leak detector is 12yrs old. Do they go bad after a time period?
MTI recommends replacement of all LP/Propane alarms every 5 years.
by Camping World – February 12, 2015

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