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Regulator, Gas Pressure 5" Wc

Part Number: AP2832935
MFG Part Number: 00415506
Made by: Bosch
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Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others.

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Part Number 00415506 (AP2832935) replaces 1025977, 15-10-320, 20-01-535, 413894, 415506, 421654, AH3460988, EA3460988, PS3460988, PS8711303.

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First question,can I use this (Regulator, Gas Pressure 5" Wc) Part Number: AP2832935 to plumb to a #30 propane tank or is this a second stage regulator meant to be used after a 1st stage reg on a residential LP system. Or should i use this setup that appears on this units parts list also as a regulator? Hose Assy, Gas Inlet Lp CGB30 Part Number: AP2836906 Is this regulator set at 5" WC. This outdoor grill unit spec is for a regulated 5"WC. Thank you for you expertise,,, Stewart

Stewart for Model Number CGBD36RX thermador bbq

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Can the regulators for propane be adjusted? The flame on the burners are not as hot and each is reduced when other are turned on. Thanks

Jim for Model Number PRSE486GLS

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Is this a regulator for both natural gas and propane usage or are there different regulators for each type of gas? I have an older model Thermador 48" range with 4 burners, a grill and a griddle. We purchased it used with the understanding that it was set up for propane. It does have a label on it that says it was set up for propane by Thermador, but the insert at the top of the regulator appears to have "NAT" stamped on it. If it is natural gas how do we determine if the orifices are the correct ones?

Elizabeth

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