Here's a question for you. I was looking at a foreclosure house for sale yesterday, and when looking at the gas meter, inside the basement, I noticed the inlet (1 1/4 inch iron) pipe was corroded through and inside of the metal pipe you could see the yellow plastic main line. It looks like it was pushed through the corroded pipe and I would guess flared at the junction. The meter had two hangers on it securing it to the ceiling joists, it wouldn't budge when I tried to physically move it. Is this anywhere near code? I would think further degradation of the metal pipe could cause problems with the plastic pipe inside of it. Any thoughts?
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