Question about LG Dryers
Many home improvemnt stores such as home depot and lowes carry flex gas lines and shutoffs for these applications.. Some states require the gas line to be hard plumbed in so check applicable laws and use your own judgement. If you decide to go flex ( they are usually yellow colored) you may also consider picking up some 'snoop' leak checker ( sudsy water based product you daub onto fittings to make sure you don't have any gas leaks.. You put it on fittings and watch for bubbles.. if you get bubbles.. shut off the gas and repair the fitting with proper thread sealant.. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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