I just finished installing a new gas range, this was a replacement of an older range.
All the fittings are good, tested with leak detector, all seems well. I was not the person who installed the first range and now when I moved this range back into place the copper gas line is resting on the backside of the range. Should I be worried?
Thank you for your advise
Just my opinion but you should never use copper for gas service. Other than that, it shouldn't be a problem.
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