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checkit
Re: Hooking up a Gas Stove

Thank you, everyone, for your advice. I did find a reducer fitting on line and will contact their customer support to be sure it is intended for what I am trying to do.

BTW - Mr. Hogg's abusive posts were removed by the Forum Admin, from this and another thread.

jkirk
Re: Hooking up a Gas Stove

your welcome, myself and jack took care of it.. anyone else sees anything report it.. this guy will be gone next time

canuk
Re: Hooking up a Gas Stove
johnjh2o wrote:

I do believe to some extent Jim is correct. In some areas unlicensed people including home owners are not allowed to do gas work. Not only are they endangering there self and family. They are also endangering others that live nearby. As far a being able to purchase supplies to do the job. You can also purchase scalpels but that doesn't mean you can preform operations. Please don't take offence it's just my opinion.

John

ditto that ---------:cool:

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