Converting Propane logs to Natural Gas

Old 12-03-02, 12:11 PM
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Converting Propane logs to Natural Gas

I have asked this question before and got a lot of looks but no answers so I will try again.

I have a propane vent free fireplace. I would like to convert it to use natural gas. Is this possible? and if so what do I need to do to do this conversion. My husband is pretty handy and he thinks all he needs to do is change the jets. I thought I would get a second opinion. Thanks
Old 12-03-02, 09:43 PM
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When it comes to modifications, Vent Free Products need to handled with kid gloves. Your best bet is to contact the manufacture of the fireplace. Typically, there is a manufacures silver rating lable shipped with the fireplace (look in the upper right hand corner). This lable contains the brand, model # and the manufacture. Try contacting them. If you are not able to find that information, call your local fireplace specialty shop. They can tell you if they make the change. At the end of the day, if allowable, it should be done by a professional.

Side note: There are a couple of different types of Vent Free products. 1. Vent Free logs - which are installed into a existing vented fireplace (contains a flue). 2. Dedicated Vent Free Fireplaces which do not have any chimney and consist of the firebox (no flue) and the log set itself.

Hope this helps.

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