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Cnverting from l.p to nat. gas

If you change orf. is there any ajustment you have to make or is it as simple as changeing them?

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Most times you have to unscrew the hex nut on top of the regulator (right where the gas line connects) and flip the plunger inside. It usually shows LP on one side and NAT on the other.

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