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I took out my 110 Rangemaster LPG a few years ago as it was damaged but worked well & replaced it with a non descript which I am unhappy with. I still have my LPG rangemaster in storage & have got the chance of a Natural Gas version - Can I use the LPG parts of the old one to convert the Natural Gas version ?

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  • ian6620 May 08, 2010

    Thanks for that. So now I am wondering wether I could get an extra regulator to reduce the LPG pressure and avoid the need to change the burners at all ?

    Rgards Ian


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The only difference in the installations is that one is on a higher pressure (the LPG) and the natural gas is actually the methane gas on a lower pressure so it holes on the burners are a little bigger ...this is almost all that you have to consider if all the parts are fitting well

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    Catalin Turcu May 08, 2010

    I dont think this will be needed...just give it a try ..and see if the flames came out too big ...is the only thing that can happen if you work really careful and do not make any improvisations..if it does..it means that you will need one ...if it works it means that the difference in the pressure from the one in the Liquid petroleum gas..and the actual methane installation is not that high..it may came with a surprise and be actual lower ...it depends on the size and the installation ....but for safety reasons..and for to not be worried each time your wife thinks about making a cooked surprise to you ...a regulator is not that expensive ..

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    Catalin Turcu May 08, 2010

    by the way ...just look over the internet and see if you find out what kinda pressure is used in your country by the gas company ...and after that compare with the one used in your tank ..

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