From: Peter Watson on
On 11/03/2010 18:42, petrolcan wrote:

>
> You do know that a gas fitting is a simple bayonet affair. It's as easy
> as changing a light bulb.
>

Doesn't help - You've still got to screw the other end of the hose into
the back of the cooker and get a gas tight seal...
From: petrolcan on
In article <7vvnckFpdjU1(a)mid.individual.net>, Peter Watson says...
>
> On 11/03/2010 18:42, petrolcan wrote:
>
> >
> > You do know that a gas fitting is a simple bayonet affair. It's as easy
> > as changing a light bulb.
> >
>
> Doesn't help - You've still got to screw the other end of the hose into
> the back of the cooker and get a gas tight seal...

Like I said, as easy as changing a light bulb.
From: Peter Watson on
On 12/03/2010 21:25, petrolcan wrote:
> In article<7vvnckFpdjU1(a)mid.individual.net>, Peter Watson says...
>>
>> On 11/03/2010 18:42, petrolcan wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> You do know that a gas fitting is a simple bayonet affair. It's as easy
>>> as changing a light bulb.
>>>
>>
>> Doesn't help - You've still got to screw the other end of the hose into
>> the back of the cooker and get a gas tight seal...
>
> Like I said, as easy as changing a light bulb.

???

Light bulb - Insert into fitting, push and twist.

Cooker - Assess current pipework state and dimensions are adequate to
maintain gas flow to cooker and other appliances. Screw flexible hose
into rear of cooker ensuring best practices followed to ensure gas tight
seal. Insert other end of flexible hose into bayonet fitting, push and
twist. Confirm no leaks and perform soundness test. Purge pipework and
confirm burner operation.

That's just off the top of my head and I'm not a gas fitter :)
From: petrolcan on
In article <7vvr7pFf1pU1(a)mid.individual.net>, Peter Watson says...
>
> On 12/03/2010 21:25, petrolcan wrote:
> > In article<7vvnckFpdjU1(a)mid.individual.net>, Peter Watson says...
> >>
> >> On 11/03/2010 18:42, petrolcan wrote:
> >>
> >>>
> >>> You do know that a gas fitting is a simple bayonet affair. It's as easy
> >>> as changing a light bulb.
> >>>
> >>
> >> Doesn't help - You've still got to screw the other end of the hose into
> >> the back of the cooker and get a gas tight seal...
> >
> > Like I said, as easy as changing a light bulb.
>
> ???
>
> Light bulb - Insert into fitting, push and twist.
>
> Cooker - Assess current pipework state and dimensions are adequate to
> maintain gas flow to cooker and other appliances. Screw flexible hose
> into rear of cooker ensuring best practices followed to ensure gas tight
> seal. Insert other end of flexible hose into bayonet fitting, push and
> twist. Confirm no leaks and perform soundness test. Purge pipework and
> confirm burner operation.
>
> That's just off the top of my head and I'm not a gas fitter :)

Okay okay, just like fitting a lampshade *then* fitting a light bulb.

:-)
From: Peter Watson on
On 12/03/2010 22:05, petrolcan wrote:

>
> Okay okay, just like fitting a lampshade *then* fitting a light bulb.
>
> :-)

That's better :)
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