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    • ahll
    • By ahll 24th Oct 07, 11:01 PM
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    How to disconnect Gas Cooker
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    • 24th Oct 07, 11:01 PM
    How to disconnect Gas Cooker 24th Oct 07 at 11:01 PM
    Does anyone know that if you unscrew the fitting attached to the gas supply is the gas automatically cut off ?

    The pipe from the Gas cooker seems to be screwed into a fitting to a pipe from the gad supply. I am getting ride of the cooker and need to disconnect it so I can get it to the tip. Any suggestions ?
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