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Question DetailsAsked on 6/4/2015

run gas line to stove

existing electric stove/ range want to replace with gas one

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Here are a few prior links that should help - more links to similar questions will also appear below each of them -

Note that you will likely also need a new electrical hookup for the stove (unless a now rare type that does not use electricity at all - for lights, clock, controls, ignitors, etc - a cabin type stove), because the existing is likely a 220V outlet, and most gas stoves use a regular 110V outlet. One of the above linked responses talks about the electric hookup cost too.

Obviously, Plumber (or Pipefitter in a few Northeast areas), and Electrician for the electrical outlet change. You would have to decide whether to convert the 220V to 120V outlet, or install a new 120V outlet so the existing 220V outlet is there come house resale time - it helps if both gas and electric connections are already there when you go to sell.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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