disconnecting vent-free gas space heater


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Old 01-19-08, 09:05 AM
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disconnecting vent-free gas space heater

I have a natural gas space heater in my home that I want to remove. It has a shut off valve in the basement, and has been shut off for a year at least. If I remove the space heater, do I have to worry about natty gas still in the 20 ft. length of 1/4" copper pipe between the shut-off valve and space heater?
 
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Old 01-19-08, 10:18 AM
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dmn: With that period of time I wouldn't worry about it, just make sure you don't have any flame near bye. The valve that feeds the unit should be capped off, luck.
 
 

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