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I have Dynasty DGR/DGRC it is being hooked up to our kitchen in Massachusetts and we have a propane tank but had it hooked up using natural gas. Is is self converting to propane or do I need to get a kit to convert it and how do I get that asap?

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Hi,

Call Dynasty ph # 800-884-5233 order convert kit from Nat to LP. Flip the cap on the gas regulator from Nat to LP.

Good Luck!!

Thanks!!

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

  • Frank Lipsky Dec 08, 2011

    yes you will need a kit dont use it till this kit is installed

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