Gas conversion for Vermont Casting

Cicchinonj

New Member
Dec 6, 2020
2
Perkasie, Pennsylvania
Good afternoon!
I am new to this forum and have a question about my gas stove. I recently acquired a Vermont Casting 2600 Radiance with a propane set up. I have natural gas in my house and would like to convert the stove. I have been seeing a lot of posts that there is no conversion kits anymore. Is there a way to convert it myself or does anyone have advice on where to look for a used or new conversion kit somewhere out in the world? I bought it not knowing that there was such a lack or material for it.
Thank you
Nick

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DAKSY

Patriot Guard Ride Captain PGRNY R5
Staff member
Locate the serial number on your stove & find your nearest VC dealer.
With the model & serial number he can determine if the LP to NG kit is available.
 

Roskeyjazz

New Member
Jan 12, 2021
1
San Diego, CA
Good afternoon!
I am new to this forum and have a question about my gas stove. I recently acquired a Vermont Casting 2600 Radiance with a propane set up. I have natural gas in my house and would like to convert the stove. I have been seeing a lot of posts that there is no conversion kits anymore. Is there a way to convert it myself or does anyone have advice on where to look for a used or new conversion kit somewhere out in the world? I bought it not knowing that there was such a lack or material for it.
Thank you
Nick

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Hi, I just got a Vermont Casting Model 2600 natural gas unit, if you still need the conversion kit, we can trade the gas unit, I need the propane one. I live in Chula Vista California and I want to take the unit to Mexico, where propane gas is used.