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This seems like a pressure regulator / flow problem. If you are running more than one appliance from bottled gas this can occurr if the supply pipe is not of sufficient size. When 'wafting the door' you are increasing air flow to the oven burners which in turn will consume more gas to balance the burn, this starves other burners that are running at the time. Cure; increase regulator pressure (remove the foil cover to expose the screw) with the top burners alight adjust the screw 1/4 turn at a time until the flames are bright blue at heart and organge tipped. Increase as much as you can without the falme distorting away from blue/orange. If this doesn't cure it you may need to increase the size of your supply pipe to 15mm so that the volume of gas is greater and then split it off to normal lpg pipe to each apliance thereby creating a more even flow of supply. Often a system using say heating and gas fire is perfectly fine but add another appliance like a cooker or change your cooker to one which has more powerful burners and you can expose weaknesses in the flow system.
The oven safety valve has to be cranked down for propane. Get a good fitting wrench and tighten this spud down and open the air shutter on the burner. This video shows how to tackle a crank down and flip type LP conversion whilst yours might be a bit more fancy it still must be adjusted like any other stove:
With a hammer, carefully flatten the areas of the door on both sides where it is sprung outward. I then drove self tapping screws into the side panels of the door just above where the bulge formed.
This formed a bond between the outside panel of the door and the inside panel.
Had to remove the screws on the BOTTOM of the outside door, then panel came off after all the screws (inside oven door included) were off...
Reversed the order to put back on.. Cleaned (all) three glass pieces nicely... Now after reading the problems with the self cleaning part (doors getting stuck!) - I'm afraid to try mine!
Use DeBruce Polish to remove streaking and renew enamel surface coloring defects. Works Very well renewing enamel of WEBER GRILLS kept outside for years. This is for real! NON-TOXIC and ODORLESS. Also works great on CERAMIC COOK TOPS, STAINLESS STEEL, CHROME, MARBLE, GRANITE and much more.