Is this correct--
If a homeowner who previously had a gas dryer opted to get an electric dryer, is it just that the gas line would have to be shut off at where it used to connect to the old dryer, and then the homeowner could just plug the electric dryer in and use it?
My sister's dryer died, and in the local paper people are often selling both gas and electric dryers. She will purchase one, but wants to make sure she can safely operate an electric one if her previous dryer was gas.
Is gasline shut-off something best left to a "professional" or can a homeowner undertake this? Please advise. Thank you.
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