Will this work on this model NGT735UC 30" Gas Cooktop. Is the regulator necessary if I have natural gas from a power company installed in my house. Don't they regulate the pressure at the meter anyway? Thought these were only needed to convert to propane?
Answer Hello Bob,
The on-board regulator is necessary because the pressure regulator for the home is a much higher pressure in case there are multiple gas appliances in the home.For example, if you had a gas range and a gas water heater, the regulator would supply much too high a pressure for either if both were not operating at the same time. Any gas appliance has its' own regulator to regulate the pressure for the specific burner regardless of whether it is natural gas or Liquid propane.
Will this work with a Bosch PGL985UC? The part number listed by Bosch is 428806.
Answer Hello! No, part number 00411327 is not the correct replacement. According to your model and the Bosch part number given, 428806, the replacement pressure regulator is part number 00428806. Thanks!