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Old 11-21-2011, 12:34 AM   #1
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setting up gas stove


i attached the gas line to the stove, after putting the tape on the
threaded areas.

I turned the threaded nut to tighten. then checked for leaks

it is still bubbling when doing water and soap test.

I tightened again.. Still bubbles

What should I do now????

I have redone several times.

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Flex line?? if so, you don't put *gas rated tape* on flare fitting, just on pipe coming out of the range.
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