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You would need to find out who the authority having jurisdiction is. Often time, it is the city, county, or township where you are located. In some cases, it might be the state as well (in MN for electrical, for example). The wording is a little ambiguous, however. They could mean: You (the owner) pull the permit, but put down that the contractor is doing ...


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The only way to determine if you have a bad gas valve or ignitor is to check the amperage of the ignitor. They sell Ampmeters at most hardware stores. Unplug range. Gain access to the wires going to the ignitor. Clamp the amp probe around either wire to the ignitor, and a safe distance from burner. Plug in the range, turn on oven bake and watch the amps ...


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If you only have one then it should be fine. There are ways to calculate the losses but you need to know several things like friction factor, Reynolds number ie laminar or turbulent flow and velocity which you don’t mention. This is a link to an online calculator, and it also has some general friction factors. Bear in mind that losses accrue for bends and ...


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