Question about Cecilware GF-28 Deep Fryer
Dryer was originally natural gas, but got switched to LP, Now trying to switch it back, have the kit already but lost instructions. We already put in the different nozzle, but we have one other nut that says vent on it and not sure where it goes!?
The gas dryer is one you need not have to change out the parts. just turn the orfice around, how and where? That would help.
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
Hi, The Vent hole is usually on gas valves to make it universal for other applications requiring a vent. If there are no open holes on your gas valve this nut is not needed. You could contact a local appliance parts dealer with the mod and ser # on your dryer and just ask them what all is included in the conversion kit. You may even want to purchase a new one to make sure you did keep all the parts and you would also have new instructions for about $10-15. It would be better to be safe than to have to worry about burning your house down. With the LP parts you are taking out, Make some notes on what would need done to reconvert and fasten them inside the dryer access panel. NOTE: If this solution does not rate at least (almost there) please do not rate. Thank You, kstfas P.S. Gas companies are very helpful about checking things out for you because they are concerned about gas safety and their services are usually free.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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