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The conversion kit is correct. All you need to do is swap out part 9 on the diagram below which is your orifice.
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for the blocking pin, all you need to do is flip it upside down to use NG or LP. You can unscrew the old blocking pin on the valve and install the new one with the LP side facing up. Below is a video that shows you the process.
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Ah yes, you do have a different style. You just need a flat head screwdriver and you need to tighten down that white plastic nut inside on this regulator.
You just turn. 90 degrees clockwise. And yes you just put a flat head screwdriver into the plastic mechanism and turn. You do not need a manometer.
The center won't always move, it's just there to tell you what it was originally set for, but if the center moves and you turn it 90 degrees you're set.
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Sorry you are correct, yes turn it 25 degrees clockwise. You don't need the special tool however, you can grab the lip of that center metal cover with channel locks to turn it.
that's completely up to you.
No it would not have ruined the dryer, but as you wish.