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I want to convert a QN300TYLA natural gas unit to

I want to convert a Procom QN300TYLA natural gas stove/heater to propane. What parts need to be changed and where can I get them. Thanks, Dave

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HI , I HAVE A PROPANE MODLE QL300TYLA I WOULD LIKE TO CONVERT TO NATURAL GAS , MAYBE WE CAN SWITCH PARTS.

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You will need a conversion kit
it will come with several nipples or orifices and jet covers, you may try to do it your self you can find most of what you need at the local plumbing store.
or you can call the gas company that does your service they will have the parts for purchase or install

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