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Stratosman

Changing propane grill to natural gas

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Hey I have a question..

Anyone here ever convert a conventional propane grill to natural gas? We just bought a different home and re-built the deck and the previous owner has a gas line running out to the deck with a shut off that I suppose was for a grill, anyway this seems like the clear ticket. The connection is like an air chuck type quick connect, question is, what do I need to do to allow this to work, there is a regulator on the main line from the meter inside the house, and the line for the deck is beyond that, which I beleive is what knocks down the pressure to like 2lbs or something?? Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Scott

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I have read somewhere that you will either need new burners or you will have to drill the holes bigger for the natural gas.

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You just need to get a different regulator, that's it. My father-in-law did just what you want to do. I'm not sure what kind to get, but a heating & A/C parts dealer, or even a place that specializes in grills could steer you in the right direction.

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You will have to open up the jets and change the reg. on the burners, you should be able to turn the jets open with a wrench, just a little at a time, then lite and look at the flame, it should burn blue and sharp. It will probley take a few trys before it burns right. Also make sure there is a gas shutoff before the quick coupler, just added protection from a gas leak if the coupler dosen;t seat properly. If you are not comfortable doing this a get a service man to make the change over.

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