gas stove


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Old 10-15-06, 07:16 PM
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gas stove

i have to replace the gas line inside my stove going from the valve to the burner. the one that i removed is aluminum. im having trouble getting a replacement for it i was wondering if i could use a brake line to replace it?? im shying away from it because i would like to replace it with what was there originally, but i wasnt sure. Any thoughts?
 
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Old 10-16-06, 07:45 PM
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Hello dunka11us and Welcome into my Gas Appliances topic.

My thoughts. Avoid using any part not specifically OEM or an OEM replacement. Unless this appliance is very very old, a replacement should be available. Check the refurbuising appliance stores and some dealers whom sell used appliances.

Some older models did use steel tubes for gas lines. I personallydo not suggest nor recommend repacing any line in the appliance without knowing it's exact usage. Not possible in this type of text only format.
 
 

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