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I have a barbeques galore turbo four burner gas grill. i need to switch to propane. barbeques galore sent me the conversion kit with the nozzles and fittings. I'm not sure where the nozzles are i'm supposed to switch. Help.

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  • ttilford Jul 12, 2009

    are the nozzles to the front side of the grill inside under the each burner? are their any diagrams or directions for this conversion so i can see what i'm attempting to do?  

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You will have to replace the Nozzle IN EACH BURNER

1. Turn off the gas supply .
2. Disconnect the flexible gas line from inlet [usually on the ON-OFF control valve on the heater].
3. Remove the heater's control valve. Located on the end opposite from where the gas line was attached, is the nozzle [it looks like a brass pipe plug (hex head) with a small hole in the center of the hex head]. It is the size of this hole which determines the rate of gas flow.
4- Remove this nozzle,
5- Replace the removed nozzle with the new nozzle.
6- Repeat for each nozzle.
Good luck.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

  • Linh Thanh Jul 12, 2009

    There should be an instruction or diagram from your kit according to your model. The gas first go to your control valve before going to your burner. Theerefore the closest to your control valve not futher from your control valve. Hope it could help.

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