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Natural gas to propane

My dryer is set up for natural gas and I need to change it over to propane. How do I do it?

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  • Gleason Sep 27, 2007

    who do I get to do this change over?

  • Gleason Sep 27, 2007

    I am handy? where do I find the parts ?

  • Gleason Sep 28, 2007

    Thanks very much for your help that has helped me a great deal.

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The pilot and/or burner orfices need to be changed.depending on your model the gas valve may also need to be converted.

Posted on Sep 27, 2007

  • anthony james
    anthony james Sep 27, 2007

    a local plumber could do it and if your handy you could.

  • anthony james
    anthony james Sep 28, 2007

    go to any appliance repair center that sells and services appliances,they can find the parts for you.

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