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We are switching from Propane to natural gas and the stove didn't come with orifices and a manufacturer said that it didn't need them that they could be adjusted. they didn't tell us how. Its on a Magic Chef 3110PRW

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Hello dradon,
Welcome,

You said,we are switching from Propane to natural gas and the stove didn't come with orifices and a manufacturer said that it didn't need them that they could be adjusted. they didn't tell us how. Its on a Magic Chef 3110PRW

I am glad you asked us before attempting to do this change!!!!

This is something that should be done by a qualified gas technician due to safety concerns.

Here is a number that you can call to see if there is a kit available for your model.
Magic Chef
Customer Experience Center US 1-800-688-9900 Canada 1-800-688-2002 or Consumer Parts Dept 877-232-6771

I'm glad I caught you before you started.
I know of some tragedies from this!
Huuum

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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