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  • sobriquet
    Hey ironman, quick question regarding your comment regarding not having to increase gas pipe size at the meter due to the connection size at the meter. Do you have a code reference for this or anything? Just in case my inspector says otherwise
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    January 20
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      Not off of the top of my head. It's just standard practice and common sense. The meter rack has a 1" connection, if a bigger line is needed to carry the load, then it's got to be reduced to connect it to the rack. The same would be true at the appliance end: we seldom see any residential appliance that has a connection larger than 3/4", but quite often the line has to be sized larger due to its length and required volume.
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