Installing Gas line to Free Standing Range


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Old 06-12-05, 07:02 PM
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Installing Gas line to Free Standing Range

I just purchase a Fridgedaire Free Standing Gas Oven (professional series handles). I have a Gas Fireplace, Furnace, and Hot water heater. I have un unfinished basement and would like to branch off the exixting lines and run a gas line to the stove upstairs. I won't have to run it far and should be easy to drop the line into the basement. Could someone provide me with directions to do this? I have a friend that says he knows how, but want to be eduacated as well in helping out so we do not miss anything. I am planning to go to Home Depot to get supplies but don't really know what to get either.
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Old 06-15-05, 09:38 PM
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You need to follow this gas line sizing chart to adequately supply the fixture you are installing.


http://www.uscarb.com/natural-gas-chart.htm


Undersizing your appliance will result in one or more appliances affected, causing the units to operate erratically or damage the orifices.
 
 

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