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Old 12-12-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
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Recessed light near csst gas line?


I am installing IC recessed lights in my basement and the location of one of the lights is in the same bay as a csst gas line. I would say that there should be a good 5-6 of clearance between the gas line and the actual can, is this a problem? I have searched this site and many others and am unable to find a relatively good answer. I wouldn't think it would be a problem because the clearance between the can and insulation can be as low as 1 inch. At the moment there is no fire rated insulation in the bay, there is insulation (which is another question) by not fire rated. Thanks in advance for all responses.

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