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Help with LP to NG conversion for LG dryer

eyekutr

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Hello Folks
I bought a used LG dryer (and washer) and the owner had it hooked up to Liquid Propane. He told me he had it converted for this. What do I need to do to convert this back to Natural Gas please. Here is the model @ DLG7188RM. Thanks in advance, Rudy
 

Jake

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You would need the natural gas orifice.

You can order it here:
Orifice natural gas

It just screws on your burner assembly.

Jake
 

eyekutr

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Hello Jake
thanks for replying. I am curious, how does one go about replacing this piece. I assume you have to take the LP orifice out and place this in there instead right? Also, is this specific for this dryer or do most dryers use the same part? Thanks so much for replying.
 

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I had a feeling you would ask that.:)

Unfortunately, I never worked on a LG dryer before, so I can't help you with getting access to the gas valve burner assembly to change it, Sorry.

I've changed this orifice on all the major domestic dryers and it should be similar, It just unscrews from the gas valve burner assembly, then you screw the new one in place.

Its just I don't know how these LG dryers come apart to get to the gas valve burner assembly. Look for screws on the front panel assembly that may come out.

Jake
 
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