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I have wall mounted Vulcan gas heater (made around 1970), with Single, flued, Currently connected to LPG gas bottle. Will be connnecting to natual gas shortly. Do i need to get a converter from LPG to natual gas or it should be able to work for both?

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There is a difuser where the gas comes out and there is a different part for each type of gas. the gas regulator should stay the same you will need a new difuser. dont know if i spelled it right but that is what it is

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