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Hello, I bought this model 7 years ago. At our home, we had natural gas. We sold this home and bought a new one with propane gas facilities. I think it is possible to modify this Gemini model to operate with propane gas. How can I do it and where do I go to buy new fitting ? Gaston Leblond Québec, Qc

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  • Gaston Leblond Sep 17, 2010

    My question needs more details. On the top of this Gemini model, I have 4 burners (9 100 (2), 14 000 and 4 000 BTU). I have to change these burners because they don't fit for propane gas. So, my question is where can I find the right burners for propane gas to replace the natural gas burner ?

    Thank you for your attention.



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To convert from natural to propane you need a whole bunch of new stuff.The 2 gases have completely different properties.You need a valve,all new burners(inside and stovetop),probably a regulator,fittings,thread tape,and maybe a couple more things I cannot think of right off hand.You will also need a manometer to check for leaks.By the time you get all this,you probably could get a new stove which is what you should probably do and sell your old one.I did appliance repairs for a few years and natural gas and propane are 2 completely different beasts.If you have no knowledge or background with it,I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you do not attempt it because of the dangerous nature of gas.Any place you wish to call for confirmation will probably give you a similar answer.Good luck! Greg

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    I realize I made a pretty clear point in my solution but a couple of more things occurred to me while I was running errands.The whole tubing will need replacing because different gases have different densities and require different size spaces to route the gas required to achieve a good temperature.A denser gas,small diameter tubing,less dense gas needs a wider tube.Also,there are very good reasons why there are propane stoves and natural gas stoves,not just one stove fits all gases,it just doesn't work.So you need to replace anything related to gas flow or burn in your stove.


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Yes. It just takes different or faces. You can get them at just about any hardware store.

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