Question about General Heating & Cooling
Yes it will require the correct size orfice and spring in the valve something yo should be able to get from the manufacture... fairly easy to do as the orfice just unscrews and you instal the new one... the natural gas orfice will be a little smaller as it is lighter ... the spring in the valve is so that the diaphram opens and closes properly due to the different required pressure... good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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