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Old 11-03-2007, 08:14 PM   #16
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in CANADA you HAVE TO bond the GAS line no matter what. Even if the gas feed is poly you bond to the METAL meter. There we always be metal on a meter

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in CANADA you HAVE TO bond the GAS line no matter what. Even if the gas feed is poly you bond to the METAL meter. There we always be metal on a meter
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Old 11-04-2007, 01:38 AM   #18
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in CANADA you HAVE TO bond the GAS line no matter what. Even if the gas feed is poly you bond to the METAL meter. There we always be metal on a meter
Again I don't understand.... I didn't say I can't read english.

BTW.... Who's pullin who's leg.....

How about this... In CANADA you HAVE TO bond the gate latch on the wooden fence....there will always be metal on a gate latch

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