Shut-off install - rookie question

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Shut-off install - rookie question

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I am looking to install a new gas range, and a shutoff in the process. Is it as simple as removing the flex line and putting on the shutoff? The bottom piece does have the curb-stop lookin shutoff on the back. Does that help my process?

Will increasing the height be a problem? I also see that the thread tape is white. Itís not currently leaking, so do I apply 'It ainít broke'?

Oh, and please disregard the wallpaper - its hidden behind the stove
 
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Old 03-21-14, 04:46 AM
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If that back piece near the wall is in fact a shutoff and it works then another shutoff is not necessary. Typically when you replace a range you also replace the flex tube. At this point if the TFE tape is not leaking leave it alone, but when putting on new fittings use the yellow stuff.
 
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