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You will need to contact the manufacturer of the product, or find a store that sells and services these.
The difference is the "orifice", which is the part that the gas comes out of inside the machine, that has the flame burning at that area.
Orifices usually screw in , and have different size holes in the center of them for the different gasses.
The two kinds of gas use a different orifice because of the different pressures and flammability.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2016
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Merry Lynn, there will be no physical differences between Natural Gas heaters and Propane Gas heaters. Check the model number of the unit, it may have a N or P or LP printed at the end of it to distinguish which gas it uses. The plate that is attached to the heater should indicate the type of gas it uses.
DO NOT try to convert this heater to another gas.
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