04:57AM | 01/23/04
Member Since: 01/22/04
46 lifetime posts
I want to replace my 30", 4 burner gas cooktop with a 36", 5 burner gas cooktop. Besides the architectural modifications required, I'm worried that I won't have enough gas to feed 5 burners instead of just 4.

Can anyone help?


08:22AM | 01/23/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** I'm worried that I won't have enough gas to feed 5 burners instead of just 4. **

What type of gas, natural, propane?

As long as the original cooktop was installed with the proper size supply line, there should not be any problem installing a model with more burners. Check the product's installation instructions or local gas codes for the supply line size required for it.

Dan O.
The Appliance Information Site



10:30AM | 01/23/04
Member Since: 01/22/04
46 lifetime posts
Thanks, the system is natural gas.

The home is about 4 years old & cooking on the stove top resembles a traffic jam at times as the pots bump into each other. We'd like to redo the whole kitchem but for money and time.



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