When using and caring for your gas appliances, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Members of the home should be taught how to turn on and light gas appliances.
Keep the burners clean. Keep matches, grease, and other combustible items away from the range top.
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Before turning on the gas, always light the match and hold it in the burner area. Do not fire the game if you smell gas.
Make sure your water heater is installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions and local plumbing codes. If a pilot light goes out, relight it according to the manufacturer’s directions. Do not relight if you smell gas.
Check to see if your kitchen’s PNG pipe is hidden or covered beneath the cabinet. If this is the case, please have it relocated to a well-ventilated area since any leaking gas could build up and pose a threat.
Make it a habit to close the Appliance Valve after each use.
Check the rubber hose for cuts and damage regularly.