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    Natural Gas Shut Off

    Hi all, We have a natural gas heater where there is a shut off outside at the meter at one end of the house and another at the heater (equipment pad). The gas line runs through our garage and unfinished basement. Which shut off should we use now that we have closed our pool for the winter? Both, the one at the meter, or the one at the equipment pad? Is there any issue with gas staying in line all winter? Does the line need to be bled out somehow? Thanks!
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    Re: Natural Gas Shut Off

    I would shut off as much as possible, so at the meter. Depending I suppose on access, eg is it easy to reach?
    I can think of no reason to bleed a gas line, just leave it.
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    Re: Natural Gas Shut Off

    Yes, both shut offs are easy to reach. Thanks!
    10k gallon fiberglass freeform pool, Paramount SwingJet system, Dolphin DX5 robot, Pentair 48" Tagelus sand filter with glass media, WhisperFlo 1 HP pump, Hayward H200FDN natural gas heater, TF-100 Test Kit, and, of course, Margaritaville Tahiti blender!

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