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Propane is high pressure and burns hotter than ng

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I need to change the stove to operate on propane instead of natural gas.


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I have a small counter top fryer set up for lp gas how do i change to nat


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Liquid Propane vs. Propane (like used for BBQ)


They are the same thing.

The propane you buy for your BBQ is liquid in the bottom of the tank. At the top, it comes out as a gas, which you run through a regulator and then into your grill. If you by some chance turn the tank sideways, the valve inside will shut and keep the liquid propane from coming out. If it did you could have a serious fire.

However, there is a difference between what most folks call "Natural Gas" and propane. If you have gas piped into your home, it's natural gas and not propane.

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Where is the tank?


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DO NOT try to convert this heater to another gas.

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