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Old 29-03-2016, 09:32   #1
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Advice with replacing Gas Hose on Beneteau Oceanis 40

Hi there,

I need to replace 2 gas hoses on my Oceanis 40. One in the gas locker going from the gas bottle to the main copper gas pipe. The other is from the cooker to the gas switch under the kitchen cupboard.

They both have factory fitted ends (screw fittings).

Are the fittings a universal type and size? Does the code on the pipe refer to the type and size of fitting?

I want to avoid removing the pipes before I have replacements as I do not want to be without a cooker.
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Re: Advice with replacing Gas Hose on Beneteau Oceanis 40

Maybe try posting in the mono or refit area
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Re: Advice with replacing Gas Hose on Beneteau Oceanis 40

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Hi there,

I need to replace 2 gas hoses on my Oceanis 40. One in the gas locker going from the gas bottle to the main copper gas pipe. The other is from the cooker to the gas switch under the kitchen cupboard.

They both have factory fitted ends (screw fittings).

Are the fittings a universal type and size? Does the code on the pipe refer to the type and size of fitting?

I want to avoid removing the pipes before I have replacements as I do not want to be without a cooker.
Contact Beneteau directly. The company's parts department can provide the correct parts and will charge far less than a commercial vendor.
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Old 24-06-2016, 03:01   #4
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Re: Advice with replacing Gas Hose on Beneteau Oceanis 40

Hey there, just FYI I went to a camping shop with my old pipes and they made up replacements for a very good price. Like under 25 EUR.


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