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Culinarian gas line question

Posted by CT_Rob (My Page) on
Thu, May 1, 14 at 21:27

I will be having a Capital Culinarian 48" range. The plumber has installed the gas line but I am concerned that the way it has been put in will interfere with the range gas hook up. I told my GC about my concerns, but was not 100% convinced with his assurance.
I'm looking for some help from the CC experts out there... read Trevor :).

I have a tape measure to show the position from the right edge. The gas line comes out at about 12" and goes for about 10". The pipe come out about 3.5" from the wall.

Will this interfere with the range hook up? will this work.
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