Cooker gas connection


J

Jim

Hi all

What's the current thinking on the best method for sealing the connection at
the 'gas in' connector and bayonet hose on a gas cooker.

1 turn of appropriate PTFE or compound/paste ?

Cheers

Jim
 
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M

Mungo \Two Sheds\ Toadfoot

Jim said:
Hi all

What's the current thinking on the best method for sealing the
connection at the 'gas in' connector and bayonet hose on a gas
cooker.
1 turn of appropriate PTFE or compound/paste ?

Cheers

Jim
I always use a couple of turns of gas PTFE then test with dilute Fairy.

Si
 
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A

Andy Wade

John said:
The main advantage of washing up liquid is you know they should not
be corrosive for any of the components.
You meant the main advantage *over* WUL, presumably?
 

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