- A major earthquake is detected.
- Gas is used for an abnormal length of time. (e.g you accidentally leave your appliance turned on)
- An abnormally large flow of gas is detected. (e.g. accidental hose disconnection)
- Abnormal pressure drop while gas is in use.
The location of your gas meter
You may restore the flow of gas after your gas meter shuts down the flow of gas upon detection of an earthquake.
You are recommended to be familiar with the location of your gas meter. If you are not able to locate your gas meter, try the following places where many of our meters are installed:-
Kindly restore the operation of your gas meter when gas stops to flow and the red light is flickering:-
|1.||Stop the use of all the appliances|
Stop the use of all the appliances and close all the taps.
|2.||Remove the gas meter cap|
Remove the gas meter cap by unscrewing it to the left.
|3.||Press "the restoration button"|
Press the restoration button all the way and remove your finger when the red light starts to flicker. Place back the cap.
|4.||Wait for about three minutes|
Wait for about three minutes while the gas meter identifies any abnormality.
|5.||Check your gas meter after about three minutes|
If the red light ceased to flicker after about three minutes, you may use the gas again.
Then re-do the restoration process.
Your contact in case of gas leakage or any other emergency:-
|East Prefecture Office||TEL055-927-2811|