Late Friday night I stuck my head under the flip top of our old gas stove and a surge of panic ran through me.
The pilot lights were out!
Now this was the first gas stove I have ever owned, and I have never used it. Our home’s previous owner tucked it away in our basement and must have kept it for “back up” long ago.
So, I was a bit of a novice when it came to the whole gas thing.
I just knew one thing --
For safety’s sake -- those pilot lights were supposed to be on.
It had been weeks since I checked it and thus my alarm. Hadn’t I heard somewhere that breathing in gas, let alone starting a flame around it could be dangerous?
Hurrying to my computer, I searched the internet for answers and found a host of differing opinions. Some said that it was no big deal and to just relight it, while other warned of gas pockets and explosions.
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