rayburns

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dottydoo
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rayburns

Post: # 227197Post dottydoo »

Hi, can anyone help ? i would like to convert an LPG rayburn back to solid fuel is this difficult?

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Post: # 227205Post Green Aura »

I've seen conversion kits for sale on Ebay and stove specialists but have no idea how it's done.

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Re: rayburns

Post: # 227211Post oldjerry »

I've only experience converted from OIL to solid fuel that was pretty easy,as GA states kits on fleabay.I might suggest however that they (LPG) are quite few and far between and though I don't spend hours trolling through said fleabay/preloved etc for stuff I dont want,so I could be wrong,I wouldn't be surprised if they made a bit of cash.So.........maybe sell,get an oil fired one (cheap as) then convert THAT, you might save the cost of the conversion bits......just a thought... Anyhow, Best Wishes.

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