then don't buy that grill if you want one that is convertible. I have converted both Maytag and LG dryers back and forth between natural gas and propane and I have converted Weber grills back and forth. Can't speak to any other brand specifics but those brands only required an orifice change and the different orifice was available from the makerSome LP grills are sold saying "not convertable to natural gas."
that probably means the oriface is just not replaceable - they probably drilled the oriface port into a solid assembly. save $ manufacturing vs having to thread a port for switchable orifices to attach to.Some LP grills are sold saying "not convertable to natural gas."
Not in my case, orifice was replaceable. I gave a description of my problem above. Thanks for the idea.that probably means the oriface is just not replaceable - they probably drilled the oriface port into a solid assembly. save $ manufacturing vs having to thread a port for switchable orifices to attach to.
I was success ful before but this time not. See my case avove.i think you can do that as far as I am aware. Moved from a house with natural gas to one with LP (propane) and converted my clothes dryer from natural gas to propane with just an orifice change. My mom has an outdoor grill hooked up to her house's natural gas supply and not propane - again just an orifice change as grill was sold to use small LP can. Company that makes the dryer, grill, etc. would need to sell the appropriate orifice but otherwise I don't see why you can't do the switch.
This is awkward, but...
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