Whirlpool gas dryer conversion to LP

Old 12-30-04, 11:02 AM
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Whirlpool gas dryer conversion to LP

I recently bought a Whirlpool gas dryer, Model # LGR4634PQO, at Menards and need to convert it to LP gas. They also sold me a LP gas conversion kit. The kit is made by Amana and is No. 649P3. When I took apart my dryer, there is a sticker that states that I need conversion kit 49572 which is a Whirlpool number. The guy at Menards said that he thinks the kit he sold me should work. Is this Amana conversion kit the correct one? Or should I order the 49572 kit which is listed on the dryer sticker? Thanks in advance for your help.

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Retail appliance parts dealers can also help determine what the most likely possible problem may be. They will need the make, model and serial numbers.

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