|Posted by hj on October 21, 1999 at 08:09:20:|
|In response to Re: break into gas line easy?|
With gas it is a similar process. If the gas line is and will be accessible after the range is connected, then you can usually use a union. If it will be enclosed, then you need a left/right nipple and union. Installing this, and doing it properly, is not something I would suggest for a neophyte.In this situation, I would contact a plumber, especially since the L/R fitting may not be readily available to you.
: I need to break into an existing black iron pipe gas line to install a line to a new gas stove. Is there an easy way to do this or do i have to disassemble everything to the end of the line?