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The Wife and I decided to add a natural gas 36" cooktop to the house. The original one was electric and 30". My buddy is a plumber and works for the gas company. Having the bathroom stripped out made this job much easier as we had access to the interior wall. The store room where the gas pipe exits the house to the meter - also has a "not finished wall. We ran flex line through the attic and hard piped at both ends. Pressure tested and all is good.

About 4 hours later....

The original one:


Cutting out for the new one


Gluing in wood supports


Drilled hole in the bathroom top plate for the gas line


90° into the kitchen


Coming from the attic to the gas supply


The 90° to the outside gas supply


Underneath the cabinet - ready for pressure test


Pressuring testing for 20 minutes


Outside connection (it's been painted)


Finish Install


Close up


In good working order!
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Nice documentation of the work and a Super Spiffy Gas Cook Top. 6 burners now instead of 4. Nice.
 

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My Wife loves the burner knobs off to the side. Most of them are directly in the front center.

We bought a ventless wall range hood. It's in the garage. She has to figure out the back splash - then I get to install both of them

The wall range hood looks like this:
 
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