Conversion to Natural Gas
Preparing the unit for Natural Gas installation.
This barbecue is supplied set up for Universal LPG and is
labelled accordingly. A Natural Gas conversion kit can be
purchased from Electrolux Spare Parts to enable conversion
to Natural Gas use.
NOTE: Conversion of this unit to Natural Gas must be
carried out by a qualified licensed person and a Certificate
of Compliance must be issued to the owner on completion
of the installation and conversion.
The conversion kit consists of:
Hose with quick connect bayonet fitting one end
Small plastic bag containing 4 brass injectors
Natural Gas sticker
Socket tool to remove/fit injectors
1. Changing the injectors
• Remove warming racks (model EQBM90AS only).
• Remove the hotplates & grills.
• Remove screws securing burners at rear.
• Manoeuvre rear of burner to release front of burner
• Using socket tool remove brass injectors
• Fit natural gas injectors (refer gas specifications for sizes).
• Refit burners ensuring the injector is located in
• Refit warmer racks, grills and hotplates.
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2. D isconnect brass adaptor and LPG hose and
regulator assembly from gas inlet connection
3. Connect the NG hose to the NG regulator
• Place threaded end of hose through hole in rear panel.
• Apply thread tape or sealant to the male thread on
the hose and screw into the regulator. The thread type
for this connection is 1/2" BSPT.
4. Connect the regulator to the barbecue gas inlet
• Fit the regulator ensuring the blue sealing washer is
in place and the arrow is pointing in the right direction.
The thread type for this connection is 1/2" BSP.
remove (4) screws
5. Replace the 'gas type' sticker
• Locate the 'Universal LPG' sticker located on the
barbecue gas inlet and remove it. Put the 'Natural
Gas' sticker in its place.
6. Leak test procedure
• Ensure all gas valves are in the 'OFF' position.
• In a small container, mix a solution of water and
detergent or soap.
• After connection of the hose, turn on the valve at the
gas bottle or mains as appropriate.
• Using a brush apply the solution to the gas
connection points and look for bubbles forming.
• Bubbling will indicate a leak.
• Turn off the valve and re-tighten the joint. Repeat the
• If the leak persists, turn off the gas at the isolation
valves and contact a licensed gas fitter to correct.
barbecue gas inlet
regulator – ensure
arrow is pointing in
the right direction
hose with tapered
thread – thread tape
Leak test points
Check hose for
signs of abrasions,
cracks or leaks