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Old 09-17-2015, 09:08 PM   #1
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That used motor oil has to be stored somewhere, might as well be under the gas meter.

Putting used oil under the gas meter, potentially combing the combustible vapors of oil and natural gas. What could go wrong?
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Absolutely nothing.

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I've never seen a flex line connecting a meter to a house. That's nice.
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I've never seen a flex line connecting a meter to a house. That's nice.
Done everywhere in New Orleans. Suspect it's because houses/buildings are literally built on top of former swamps. The earth sinks everywhere around here.
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