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I want to be prepared to change my Carrier Furnace from Natural Gas to Propane if I need to.. I was told that their should be a little sack with a replacement jet hanging there somewhere. There is not.. What should I do?? Carrier Furnace Model 58GC125.1A.C I also face the same problem with my hot water heater.. Bradford White Corporation Model No: M15036FBN (50 gal.) I need to find the proper jets for propane for both of these.. plus instructions on how to change the jets (under emergency situations)

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Not only do you need the nozzles....you will need the spring changed in the gas valve and a manometer to set the proper gas pressure output from the valve.If you change the jets only you could do alot of damage to your furnace.

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