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    Default Help with disconnecting gas range

    I am trying to disconnect my gas range but the connections are stuck tight. I've tried using two wrenches but nothing is moving. I was told I can cut the flexible gas line with something that won't make a spark, like tin snips. Will this work? Any advice?
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    Default Re: Help with disconnecting gas range

    Quote Originally Posted by jenick3 View Post
    I am trying to disconnect my gas range but the connections are stuck tight. I've tried using two wrenches but nothing is moving. I was told I can cut the flexible gas line with something that won't make a spark, like tin snips. Will this work? Any advice?
    Left hand threads --- perhaps?
    In which case you turn the opposite way for loosening and tightening.
    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
    - Rush

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