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Can I install a new gas dryer by myself?

Twelve years ago, when I bought this house, I had a gas line run from the kitchen to my new stacked one-piece washer and gas dryer. The plumber who installed the gas line hooked up my dryer. Now the washer has died and I have ordered a new laundry set - a front loading washer and separate gas dryer that will stack. They are due to be delivered next week. Yay! [more inside]
posted by caryatid on Jul 29, 2015 - 18 answers

Recommendations for appliance repair in/near Madison, WI?

Recommendations for appliance repair in/near Madison, WI? [more inside]
posted by sesquipedalia on Nov 17, 2011 - 1 answer

Repair or replace old gas dryer?

My old gas dryer turns off its fire after 5 minutes. Repair or replace? [more inside]
posted by wenestvedt on Nov 8, 2010 - 10 answers

Recommendations for a gas water heater

My current water heater is about 14 years old now, and I'm looking to replace it with a traditional 'tanked' water heater (I'm not going to be in this house long to justify a tankless unit). For the most part I'm only looking to heat water for two people, and I'm thinking a 40 gallon tank with a large burner will be sufficient. Does anyone have any suggestions or good resources for comparison?
posted by cfg on Jan 16, 2007 - 12 answers

Now I'm cooking with gas -- so now what?

My just-out-of-warranty electric cooktop died recently, and my handyman came up with the idea that it was feasible to replace it with a gas cooktop. Today, the project was finished up, and I now have this dandy cooktop in my kitchen. The only problem is that I've never cooked on gas before (other than on a propane grill). [more inside]
posted by nonliteral on Oct 6, 2006 - 18 answers

Household gas: rises or falls?

Does household natural gas pool in low places or rise to high places? [more inside]
posted by freebird on Feb 13, 2006 - 19 answers

the gas face

I was thinking about buying a commercial range for my kitchen - a Vulcan costs half as much as a Wolf and has the same output, same safety rating, same dependability and two folks I know who use them love them. However, many of the sellers will only sell to a commercial entity - not just for tax purposes, although I could understand that, but because they tell me my insurance company won't allow it, that I'll need fireproof floors, and industrial venting etc. [more inside]
posted by luriete on Dec 7, 2005 - 11 answers

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