Converting LP dryer to natural gas


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Old 06-16-05, 07:03 PM
lgal18
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Converting LP dryer to natural gas

We got a really good deal on an LP dryer and have since bought the conversion kit to convert the dryer back to natural gas... Now we're stuck having to pay $120 for a plumber to install it. Can anyone give a detailed description of how to convert and install our dryer. If you know of a site where I can find a schematic, that would be really helpful.
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Old 06-16-05, 08:29 PM
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"Normally" it only requires changing the burner orifice (assuming electronic ignition) and replacing regulator cap. Both those items should be in the kit. You may want to call your local gas co and see if they provide this service. I wouldn't really call this a DIY job because you are working with gas. And when conversion is complete you MUST clock gas meter to check input.
 
 

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