|Posted by hj on June 05, 2001 at 23:13:19:|
|In response to Re: switching a new natural gas range to lp|
The LP company will tell you that and also which permits and inspections you will need. Typically, there will be a regulator at the tank and a secondary one at the house. You should contact the range manufacturer for the LP orifices for your unit, unless they are all adjustable.
: I have a new natural gas range. I need to switch it over to lp gas. Can you tell me what kind of regulator I need at the tank and what size of line I need to run to the range??
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