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Napoleon Natural Gas To Propane Conversion Kit For Napoleon Gas Fireplace

SKU W175-0642
Original price $444.00
Original price $85.40 - Original price $444.00
Original price $444.00
Current price $339.00
$70.00 - $339.00
Current price $339.00
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Napoleon Natural Gas To Propane Conversion Kit

Convert your natural gas Luxuria Series 38" fireplace to use liquid propane by using the Napoleon Natural Gas To Propane Conversion Kit.The Napoleon Natural Gas to Propane Conversion Kit for Napoleon Gas Fireplace is an easy and cost-effective way to change your existing Napoleon Gas Fireplace from natural gas to propane. This conversion kit includes all the necessary components to convert your fireplace to propane including a new control valve and burner, a venturi air mixer, a propane orifice, a gas line adapter, and detailed instructions. The kit is designed to be used with Napoleon's model BGD40 Direct Vent Gas Fireplace. The conversion process is relatively straightforward and can be completed in under an hour. With the help of this kit, you can enjoy the convenience and cost savings of using propane instead of natural gas.
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