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STEP 1 Turn valve to off position on LP tank.STEP 2 Disconnect and remove regulator and hose from LP tank, by unscrewing counter-clockwise the large black plastic nut.STEP 3 Using "2" wrenches (5/8 & 3/4), loosen and remove hose from grill gas valve.STEP 4 using a 5/8 wrench, loosen air shutter jam nut in front of burner Ventura.STEP 5 Unscrew valve (counterclockwise) from burner.STEP 6 Using a 3/8 wrench or socket, unscrew the orifice out of the end of the gas valve that was screwed into the burner.STEP 7 Replace with the correct size orifice.STEP 8 Replace screen, air shutter and gas valve as it was originally. Tighten the gas supply line with a 3/4 wrench. NOT BY HAND! STEP 9 Re-adjust the air shutter for the correct setting. Flame should be blue with slight yellow tips. STEP 10 Check for gas leaks with soapy water before re-lighting per instructions in manual.
NOTE: When using natural gas, the LP regulator cannot be used.
Holland Authorized Orifice SizesPREMIER & PREMIER II LP #57 CLASSIC & CLASSIC II LP #55PREMIER & PREMIER II NG #53 CLASSIC & CLASSIC II NG #48SIDE BURNER SAME AS GRILLS
Note: Normal flame should be blue with slight yellow tips.