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Old 03-04-2014, 02:01 AM   #1
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Natural Gas

We are going to be staying in a park that has natural gas in each site. If we full time and live in our RW would it be easy to change out the 3-4 gas orifices to natural gas? Then if we decide to go down the road we could change back to propane. (Save us a lot of money) Is it easy to change out the orifices? Thanks Jim
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:06 AM   #2
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Seems like it would be easy enough, they are all accessible, but I have not heard of that since the Lucy and Ricky days. - Are there mobile homes there? Maybe that's why.

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I changed our BBQ at home to natural gas, easy and minimal cost. The technician that installed the supply changed the part in the BBQ.
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The problem might be finding the correct orifices for the furnace, water heater, and refrig. Since they aren't normally run on natural gas it may be difficult to find the correct ones.
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