Question about Dryers
I have an old Speed Queen 30XG gas dryer which I have had to move into a lock-up unit with no mains gas - does anyone know if it's possible to convert this dryer to lpg? Thanks.
You should be able to convert it over. Check out the link that I am providing. It's information on the conversion process and what it entails. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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