May 14, 2015
I have this with natural gas, converted myself. Do not buy the CB conversion kit, prohibitively expensive. I purchased Brikmann NG hose, quick disconnect coupler from HD, it comes as a kit, under $40.
All that was required was 1. Disconnecting the propane hose and replace it with NG hose. 2. Removing the orifices. NOTE: There is NO need to replace orifices. Once propane orifices are removed you have converted this grill to NG. Your grill's user manual should have the instructions - if not look up the user manual of the CB conversion kit, online. 3. Connect the NG hose to your house gas line via the quick disconnect. Remember: The quick disconnect is 3.8-in and male. So you might need a reducer to 3/8-in along with a nipple. Reducer and nipple can be purchased from HD under $5.
The CB conversion kit contains - the NG hose 10-feet, the quick coupler (also 3/8-in), 4 bezels which replace the current bezels covering your knobs and an orifice removal kit. The same can be removed with a simple household prier, reaching from underneath. The bezels do NOTHING, just decorative. So, basically you'll be paying twice for just the bezels!
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