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I've currently got a Weil-McLain Gold oil-fired boiler on my one-pipe steam system [A/B-SGO-5(W)]. It's the right size for my steam system, but I can't stomach the fuel bills for oil anymore. I've considered switching the whole boiler out for a gas model, but wondered if there's a way to just switch the burner to a gas version with far less disruption to the system (and the wallet)? I know that W-M doesn't support gas for this boiler, but can it be done anyway? Have seen a few posts on here before about conversion burners, but don't have a good understanding of them. The boiler is maybe 8 years old if that matters (chimney has recently been relined).