My wife opened the drawer under our 10 year old Wolf rangetop to pull out a pan and noticed the smell of gas in the cabinet under the rangetop. there was no smell above the rangetop. I turned off the hard line feeding the rangetop and felt around the connections to see if they were tight.
The connection where the soft line connects the gas to the rangetop made my hands smell like gas, and I'm wondering if those connections just need to be reseated, but am thinking this is one instance I should have a tech come out and do a smoke test nonetheless (unless these things are fairly bombproof except for the connections. I'm fairy mechanical and wrench my own car and have fixed my washer and dishwasher a couple times using this resource.
Any experiences? thoughts?
Just shut up and call?