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Gas fire removal

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by JSW, Mar 1, 2004.

  1. JSW

    JSW
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    I have lifted the front decor panel off the fire so I can see underneath where the gas connection is.

    It looks like it has a screw I can turn to turn off the gas.

    Can i turn it off then remove the fire ?

    Or am I bound to get a corgi registered person in to do it for me at an extortionate rate ?

    Need to remove the fire and fireplace to lay the laminate flooring.

    Cheers
    Bry
     
  2. galthop

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    I removed my gas fire. As I understand it that law requires that you have to be competent to do your own gas work, but corgi registered to do anyone elses even if you dont get paid.
     

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