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Hi,
I recently had my bbq converted to natural gas. The gas is coming in on a black iron pipe with a shutoff valve and a 1/2 inch flare. I need to split the line using a T-connector (to run gas to main grill and a separate side burner). Should I use joint compound on my connections?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Gives me the warm fuzzies too. Just remember that on compression and flared fittings the threads are NOT what causes the gas/water tight seal. On compression it is the ferrule and on the flared fitting it is the mating surfaces themselves. The use of the pipe dope on ferrules and mating surfaces doesnt hurt and well I love those warm fuzzies.
 
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