I purchased a gas dryer that accepts a 3/8" NPT gas fitting at the back (typical of most gas dryers, I assume). My main gas line in the wall is 3/4". Total distance from meter to gas dryer is about 15-20 feet.
Given the ideal gas line configuration, what is the ideal fitting to reduce from 3/4" to 3/8"? Or should this be accomplished with more than one fitting (i.e., one fitting from 3/4" to 1/2" and another fitting from 1/2" to 3/8")?
Here is an insert from the Owner's Manual for the LG DLGX9001V:
If the dryer takes a 3/8" NPT fitting for the gas supply, and the home has a 3/4" gas supply pipe in the wall, with what fitting should I accomplish the reduction in diameter?