Converting a York heater to natural gas from propane help

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Converting a York heater to natural gas from propane help

Ok, We have a York Heater/air conditioner on our roof. We have converted our house to natural gas and the only thing left is the heater. ( water heater and stove have been converted). Modle number D1NA024N03686C. It was accepting natural gas then the previous owners converted it to propane and we are going to natural gas..... did that make sence lol. We were going to have someone come out here but it is over $500 to do it, and we cant afford it if our life depended on it. We can do it ourselves we just need help to figure out what needs to be done. Please help! Our 4 year old son is freezing and it is 55 degrees in the house!
 
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You will need to change the burner orifices and the spring in the gas valve and then set the manifold pressure. You can do this yourself if you can get the parts. Instructions will be in your owners/installation manual which the previous owner should have left with the furnace. If not, you will need to contact a York distributor.
 
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P.S. If you are really lucky the original owner will have left the natural gas offices and spring in the envelope with the manuals. If that is the case how about some suggestions for the Power Ball Lottery?
 
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