Originally Posted by Perry J
If you make a mistake and have a leak it could be life threatening.
Unless you're very handy or mechanically inclined it's sometimes better to pay the money and let a pro do the job.
I assume you mean a LPG leak? I am quite comfortable with fittings and gas lines, I have several leak detection systems that I am well trained in the use of.
All I am asking is how to remove the valve. I have replaced several water heaters, but I have never replaced just the valve. I believe it just unscrews but I want to make sure of this before I go wrenching on it!