I found a smokin deal on a Laars Lite 2 Mark IV 175k btu heater ($50 for it, a solar cover real, and some otehr stuff.) It passed a full inspection last year and has just had the maint done on it.
The only problem...it's NG, and we're all propane. For most appliances, I know you only need to do the orifices on them for the swap. Does anyone know if this is the case on these?
The manual shows a part number for a conversion "kit," but it's $750 as near as I could find. That seems just stupid. I can't imagine you'd actually have to replace all of the internals to make this happen. I can't find the parts list on the kit, but my assumption is burner, valve, and orifices.
This is an LLG175n. I don't really even understand why you'd have to have a different valve. It's a millivolt unit.
Hopefully, someone will know. Thanks!