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Post created: 2013-01-27 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 182

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On 2013-01-27 JB wrote:

From what I have been able to find you should be able to convert to propane, but couldn't find a kit online. My suggestion is to call Payne and ask them if they sell direct to consumer (probably not and very rare). If not there are online parts suppliers so you could call one of them and ask if they have a kit.

Of course, I should add that this really requires knowing what you are doing as working with these gases and the risk of making a mistake--especially since these furnace rely on electrical current--makes this potentially very dangerous. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you bring in a certified HVAC tech to do the work.

To keep legal happy, let me just say that I am not an HVAC contractor, and you should never even look at your furnace without having a qualified, liability accepting HVAC contractor present.  To keep sales happy, let me just say that you can find an HVAC contractor that's happy to take your money here: http://www.furnacecompare.com/perl/find_contractors.pl.

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