Question about Weber Grilling
They can be run on natural gas however since 2009 Webber stopped selling conversion kits for their grills. (Liability issues) Anyway the regulator in most cases and all of the burner orifices need to be changed. On high end grills it is a matter of changing the regulator and adjusting the burner orifices and air flow to obtain the proper burner fire. You may be able to contact a BBQ specialty shop and they may sell you a conversion kit after you sign a liability release form. Most will insist that you bring the grill to the store for conversion AND that they install the NG regulator at the place of use. By law.... all gas conversions must be performed by a licensed technician.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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