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lschmeltz

Member Since 16 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active Nov 21 2011 12:43 AM

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In Topic: Propane Conversion Thermador PGR366zs/01

20 November 2011 - 06:22 PM

OK, thank you guys so much for your help. What I did find after browsing through the Thermador parts lists, the exact same range in LP. So I did buy the orifices for the LP range, and after removing the back panel, the regulator can be switched from NG to LP with just a quick switch. It looks like all of the oven stuff can be adjust with a nut or screw after a suggestion from the gas company. A friend of ours that does heating and cooling is coming to take a look at it and help us run the gas line, so hopefully I will know whether or not the oven parts need to be exchanged as well. I will let you know if the whole thing works out or if we explode the kitchen. LOL


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