Wiring a gas light for electricity?
I thought I read somewhere (I wish I could recall where) that it is difficult to impossible to wire a gas light for electricity due to the narrow interior openings inside where the wires would go. Is this true? I want to install period lighting (chandeliers) in my old home and would prefer to go with antique gasoliers rather than electric reproductions. If they are too hard to rewire, though, I may have to change my plans.