Installing Gas line to Free Standing Range

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.

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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