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How do I adjust the flame on my Frigidaire model FGS383BADK stove?

We just moved and I'm switching the stove from natural gas to propane. WHat all do I have to change? How do I adjust the flame. Right now the flame on the burners is about 4-5 inches! Please help as the manual says nothing about this. Thanks

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    converting from propane to natural gas

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Its going to be listed in the installation manual ,not use and care, youre going to need to convert oven for lp gas. i would call the manufacture with the modelk number and ask for hte coorect conversin kit, for such a thing

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