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How do you get the yellow plunger for the natural gas regulator

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SOURCE: setting the regulater from propane to natural gas

check your manual or check inside regulator valve you see lpg and ng turn it to ng

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No.. the gas pressure that is run out to the grill should be low pressure allready...just hook it in leak test it and you are good to go....
My grill sits right by my meter about six feet away... I tee'd off at the meter installed a valve and then run right into the grill....works great!!

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Posted on May 29, 2010

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SOURCE: GE Monogram cooktop ZGU385NSMSS (natural gas) without pressure regulator?

I have the same question, so any help would be appreciated. Mine came from a "scratch and dent" store without the regulator.

Posted on Dec 02, 2011

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Too much gas or to little air or both with orange flame.
Check to make sure all pipes and airways after regulator are clear.
If you are sure air mix is max than you need to check how much pressure is going in and coming out of gas valve there is typically a port on valve to do so. You need a manometer to do this. In a pinch you can make one check internet..
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If this is new or you just got it used and put it in and noticed the problem I am guessing that it is ported for natural gas instead of LP or Propane. The majority of gas ranges are setup to use Natural gas when delivered unless specifically ordered for Propane. If you have had it for a while and it worked fine before then this might not be the problem something else has gone bad like a pressure regulator or a line got bent affecting pressure.
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Your maxitrol regulator specification is correct for natural gas use, the pressusre setting may be in minimum (3"wc) that's why the fryer does not fire-up or it may also be clogged.
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I have the same question, so any help would be appreciated. Mine came from a "scratch and dent" store without the regulator.

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Hi, There should be a cap on top of the regulator that willneed to either be flipped over or there is a plunger iside the cap that will need to be reversed. The orfice on the gas valve will need to be changed as well.
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GE is one company which generally includes all necessary parts and instructions for conversion to LP with the range without having to order or purchase anything extra. Check the mini manual in the white envelope pasted to the back of the range for instructions. Generally, the LP orifices are in a metal holder near the gas regulator (right where the gas connects to the range). You will have to flip the plunger in the center of the regulator and turn down the collar (with a 1/2 inch open end wrench) on the oven burner and broil burner about 3 full turns. Air shutters are usually OK without any adjustments.

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