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vland 01-24-2010 11:33 AM

Furnace Conversion
 
I am converting my Bryant furnace model 376CAV, from propane back to natural gas. I need the parts to convert the gas valve back to natural gas. The valve is brand new and was converted to burn propane when it was installed this summer. All of the kits go from NG to propane, not the other way. Any ideas would be appreciated. The valve is a White Rodgers 36H32-304.

Thanks

SKIP4661 01-24-2010 12:01 PM

You will need the burner orifices, pilot orifice if equipped with a pilot and the spring kit for the gas valve. Usually the nat. gas parts are saved when it is converted to lp.. Should be able to get some help from a Bryant dealer.

vland 01-24-2010 12:17 PM

Thanks, I understand from the tables in my instruction manual, I will need 3 #42 orifices and the gas valve parts. I don't have a pilot so that's not a problem. The parts I need are normally tossed after the conversion is made so they're difficult to find without buying a new valve.


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