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I got a dean that that is for natural gas and now I need to use propane...does it have to be re jeted or can I adjust the regulator or something

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It will be safe if you use a Conversion kit from natural gas to propane. The kit consists or burner and pilot orifice which has smaller holes compared to the natural gas orifice, gas valve spring which is thicker than the natural gas spring, and ann instruction manual. You can visit the frymaster website and ask the local dealer on your country for the conversion kit.

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