Gas fixture


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Gas fixture

A gas-operated device used for lighting interiors, and for exterior lamps prior to electrification.
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An inspector can alert you to red-flag issues involving the electrical wiring and fixtures; fireplaces and chimneys; gas fixtures such as furnaces, water heaters, cooktops, and ovens; railings at staircases and decks; tempered safety glass in required locations; and automatic reverse of garage door openers.
According to applicable codes, air openings are only required for gas fixtures when the volume of the room or enclosure is less than 50 cubic feet per 1000 BTU's.
This corrosion occurs as small flakes of copper sulfide that can clog or damage the valves, regulators and other components in gas fixtures.