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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by mmcostex, 18 May 2007.

  1. mmcostex

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    There is a rotary nut type fitting on the hob piping but there is nothing for this to screw onto. Should there be an elbow type fitting with a female thread and washer in the box. I want to connect onto 10mm copper. Please advise .

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    could be wrong as ive not done hobs yet, but i would presume that the pipe is gas tight compression fiited to it, have you looked for a reducer fitting for it(compession to end feed type). best option would be to ring technical services listed on the mfr instructions to ensure what you are doing is correct.
     
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    You normally get a 90 fitting to come off the hob inlet so it points downwards for ease of fitting included in the hob kit ;)
     
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