# How do I read my gas meter A and B buttons?

## How do I read my gas meter A and B buttons?

If your meter has A and B buttons under the screen

- press the A button.
- press the A button again until you see ‘METER INDEX’ and numbers followed by ‘M3’
- write down the number from left to right.
- ignore any zeroes at the beginning and any numbers after the decimal point.

**How do I read my gas meter at home?**

To accurately read your natural gas meter, follow the steps below: Read the dials left to right. If the hand is between two numbers, always select the lower number. When the hand is between “9” and “0,” then “9” is considered the lower number.

**Why is my gas reading so high?**

High gas bills may be due to a gas meter that is incorrectly recording the amount of gas you are using, but this is unusual. While there is no simple way you can test whether your meter is accurate, if you are concerned about your meter readings, contact your energy supplier.

### What is the correct way to read a gas meter?

Method 1 of 3: Using an Analog Dial Meter. Recognize that each dial represents a number in a 4- to 5- digit reading.

**How do you read a natural gas meter?**

Reading your natural gas meter is one way to tell how much natural gas you’re using each month. To accurately read your natural gas meter, follow the steps below: Read the dials left to right. If the hand is between two numbers, always select the lower number. When the hand is between “9” and “0,” then “9” is considered the lower number.

**How do you read the gas meter in your car?**

Using an Analog Dial Meter Recognize that each dial represents a number in a 4- to 5- digit reading. Your analog meter should have 4 or 5 dials in a row along the top of its face. Read the dials left to right. Each dial represents 1 digit in the number. Look at the needle of each dial to take your reading.

#### How do I get the meter read?

Digital meters. These meters have a digital display screen.