Model #BQ06W1B BBQ-PRO Grill, Gas

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Kenmore BBQ Model # BQ06W03-1N

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I did some research on the BBQ but was not able to find the owners manual. Your expert will be able to help answer your question. I would like to suggest verifying the model number. It may take two business days for your expert to reply. I do hope that everything works out.

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Marc -
March 27, 2013
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Model # confirmed... i just need a manual or know if it needs regulator for the natural gas. thanks Kevin

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kevin -
March 27, 2013
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Thanks for the information about your grill model BQ06W03-1N. Unfortunately I cannot locate any data on the model you provided; I did however find listings for model BQ06W1B and BQ06W1C. Both of this show to be liquid propane gas grills. They also show as any gas appliance there is a regulator. Because these models are LP gas grills they would not operate properly when hooked up to natural gas. I suggest that you visit Manage My Life .com and view the owner's manuals for the model I have listed and compare to your grill. If they match yours you can download them for free.  I hope this helps, if you find any other model number on the grill that may help me identify it please reply and I will be happy to research and reply. Ron H.

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
March 28, 2013
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When the gas company runs gas they usually regulate the line running the the BBQ as low pressure. However, low pressure could be 2" - 10" and anywhere in between depending on the hole drilled in the orifices when converted to NG. It is OK to have the pressure at 2" so long as the orifices are drilled for 2" of pressure and it is ok at 7" or another pressure so long as the orifices are drilled for that amount of pressure. You'll need someone to put a manometer on your gas line or get the regulated pressure from the gas company and then compare that to the hole in the orifice. The only help the manual will be is if it lists the BTU rating for each burner and if not there are reliable "rules of thumb" for that. Without a technician to look up or gauge the amount of pressure you will need a regulator if only to set the pressure at a constant. Then using the pressure constant you can drill or replace the orifices based on the amount of pressure. Most barbecue brands that do not actually manufacture appliances will tell you fuel conversions are not permitted or are impossible because of the quality control problems with manufacturing in the orient. Fuel conversions are actually very simple. For a 63K BTU appliance deduct 10K for the rotisserie and divide the difference for 13K BTU per burner. Look up the fuel type (larger mass) chart to determine the hole on the orifice (jet) for each pressure setting. Then regulate the pressure and drill the orifices for 13K BTU. This is the type of job a tech would be given in his first week of work because it is simple but it is necessary to determine the amount of pressure coming through the current gas line and to determine the size of the holes in the orifices. This will tell you the current BTU which will tell you if you merely need to make some adjustments to the air shutter or valve or change the pressure. It is easier to do than to explain!

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grillrepair -
April 22, 2013
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Natural Gas use for a Kenmore BBQ Model Number BQ06W1B

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It is always exciting moving into a new home. Below I have attached the link to your owners manual. It should include this information in the manual. I hope this helps!

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Jackie S -
May 22, 2011
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Your grill may only be fueled by LP gas. The manufacturer states the grill cannot be converted to operate on natural gas at all.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
May 24, 2011
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