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    Default Clearance question

    I found this for the first time and seem to remember that there was a code dealing with this situation. Anyone have it handy? The pics not that great but it is a gas line in behind the condensing unit. It was built this way in 1994 and did have final inspection stickers. I just seem to remember this being an issue.

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    Default Re: Clearance question

    The gas line can be there, but there needs to be at least (by most manufacturers) 12" between the condenser unit and the wall.

    Now, if there was a regulator there, that would be a different matter.

    Also, which side of the condenser unit has the access to the service area? That side requires 36" working space.

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    Default Re: Clearance question

    Thanks Jerry, I couldn't really think of many reasons why it would not be allowed there, but thought I remembered something on another thread.

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