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So I had an exciting happening at work today. The last few weeks now they've had me come in on Tuesdays to take pictures of cars for internet sales, well today I was also tasked with photographing some campers. I got to one and as I approached the door I heard a high-pitched monotone alarm going off. I opened the door, peered inside and a stank like cat piss wafted out at me. My brain, half-cooked from the sun took a moment to connect these two things together before it finally clicked that the thing was leaking propane somewhere. Well since inhaling noxious fumes, exploding and burning are three of my least favorite things to do I latched the door open, retreated and called the mechanic to come have a look. by the time he came around most of the fumes had dissipated, we checked the propane tanks, one was completely turned off and the other was on by only perhaps an eighth of a turn which meant it should have been off too. The alarm was still going off though so we went around the thing trying to figure out how to silence it. Since I was pretty sure we weren't going to explode now I went to turn on the exhaust fan over the stove, reasoning that that is where the leak originated, when I flipped the switch the fan didn't come on but the alarm immediately turned off. I flipped the switch back off and the alarm sounded again. So now thoroughly confused we decided to just keep an eye on the damn thing and go back to what we were doing.