Sounds good, but you don't know what you are talking about

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Posted by seahunt on June 26, 2001 at 05:39:45:

In Reply to: "using a match to find a gas leak is quite efficient and effective, ... posted by johnB on June 25, 2001 at 23:54:37:

>." That won't fly ANYWHERE! that IS JUST PLAIN S****d!
>NO EXPERIENCED PLUMBER north of the border would call that safe!!
And I suppose that you've spent 20 years on construction sites and done gas piping yourself. Since I saw that frequently, I'm amazed you missed it. Soap is OK for testing, but a match will show a blue flame easier in a bigger area. Construction sites rarely have a problem with ventilation, though judgement must be used.
>large enough to allow a backlight,
Gas pipes have no oxygen in them. They don't backlight.
>Your arguements have all the nonsensical fervor of a bible thumpin
>"can't fool me with the facts" type preacher.
No, I'm the one with the experience and facts. You're stating untested common knowledge.
Take a deep breath and talk about what you know, not what you believe. You'll find a whole new world.
Enjoy, seahunt

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