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I would like to know how to instal the gas valvue

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    The HVAC Guy May 11, 2010

    What kind of system do you have and what brand is the gas valve. is it a honeywell gas valve? if so just remove the gas pipes from the old valve and install them on the new one and remove wires from the old one and place on the new one

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After you do that be sure to check for any gas leaks with a solution of soap and water thick enough so that it will buble and stay on the jonts of pipe.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

  • Todd Born
    Todd Born Dec 21, 2008

    also you cannot tighten the piping thru the valve.(always have a wrench on the side of the gas valve that you are putting the piping on.

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