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Old 09-19-2022, 10:38 AM   #1
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How to access gas lines X23B

I had posted about animals eating my LP gas line just under my step of my 2016 X23B. I was able to cut the hose off and replace with copper tubing. The second issue I have is that mud wasps have made nests in the rear lines. I have blown air from the grill connection to the junction block and cleared that line. The water heater line is clear. I found the Fridge line no problem. I need to know how/ where to access the line connection at the stove and heater? Then I can reverse blow and clear those lines. Any help is appreciated Also any ideas for cleaning the entire system would be helpful.
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Update, I found the heater line. I just need to know how to access the connection to the inside cook stove.
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Might depend on your stove model but for mine I would just pull the top off (i.e. the black pan under the grate), the main line connects in at the manifold where the control dials are. Should be able to disconnect there. There are about a half-dozen screws that hold the pan in place, but all are fairly easy to access.
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Old 09-21-2022, 05:38 PM   #4
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Smile Problem Fixed

I removed the stove top and found the LP connection. I removed all lines at all appliances, and blew clear with air. Found mud flakes from Mud Wasp nests. Reinstalled all lines and retested all good.

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