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Converting to gas

How do I know if my BBQ is a dual BBQ.  I currently have propane and want to switch to gas but I'm not sure if I am capable.  Unfortunately I do not have my owners manual.  I have a Turbo 4 burner.

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If it does not get hot enough when using natural gas then the small propane orfices must be sized larger for the equivalent BTU rating of propane. Conversion tables are online via Google

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