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Old 03-26-2011, 01:08 AM   #1
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Nat. Gas range hook-up


Which side of compression hose is hooked up first?

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Nat. Gas range hook-up


I guess you mean the flex line? using an apporpriate length line- first install a shut off on the supply side. nipple out of that, then the flare nuts on both sides- using pipe dope or approved tape. with two wrenchs hook up either end of the line first. do not use any sealer on this flare fitting. check for leaks. if it's new construction don't run flex line through floor.

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