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Hi,

I used to have my own contracting business and did my share of plumbing, although I never felt comfortable with gas lines. Did neat water line work. I'm now retired. :whistling2:

My son bought a home recently and is remodeling the kitchen. The gas line was brought up under a cabinet 13" from the wall, and then did a couple of 90 bends to make it to the back of the stove. We discovered that this was because of an error - a cold air return was in the way and took up the space from the furthest stud of that wall (in the next room) to where they brought up the gas line.

We hired a licensed plumber to come in. He used yellow cssd I believe, and went right through the cold air return, then came up through a floor sleeve. He said this was approved for use in these situations.

I'm concerned about it and looking for advice as to if it's safe, or if this is blatantly against code and someone else should have a look.

thanks :thumbup:

olddoug
 

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