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    Default Putting a T connection at the natural gas line

    Hello,
    I have natural gas pool heater connection at the inlet close to gas meter.It is in T shape.
    At the T,One connection to house supply and the other to pool heater.
    City inspection guy failed inspection saying install full size T at house side of gas meter line.I am sure natural gas is supplied at some pressure wether you put T connection at the source or take one side T off and put T connection on pipe entering the house should't make any difference.You could easily slide that T joint to source inlet and you have the same situation what we started with.This is the law of mass transfer.Total gas comming into residence
    =Gas supply to pool heater+gas supply to house.
    How can it reduce the gas supply to house completely when pool heater is operating?
    I am sure pressure can't drop to nill on house side of pipe.
    Can you please Give me some input to this problem.Will it really reduce gas supply to house?
    Naem
    Last edited by bis; 05-10-2010 at 11:07 AM. Reason: additional info

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