Originally Posted by J. Morgan
Ideally you'd pressure test the lines by turning off the valves to all of the appliances and plumbing the line just beyond the regulator for a valve, an air line, and a pressure gauge, then pumping the line up to 30 PSI to see if it holds pressure overnight.
I didn't do that though. I turned the gas on and got busy with a spray bottle filled with dish soap and water..... meticulously checking every joint.....
That's not a bad idea, of course since the oven and water heater lines are disconnected i would have to cap them off, but other than that it should be pretty straight forward. I already have a pressure gauge laying around that I can use. Just need to look at my gas connection and see how I can split that.
Ofcourse this will only check for leaks, finding them, if there are any, will not be fun.