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Re: covert a frigidaire stove to nat. gas
Lift the top of the stove up. Then there should be 4 nuts on the backs of the burner controls. Turn them left to open the valves for nat. gas. You want just a small amount of yellow on the flame. Then take the droor out of the oven and there should be another nut close to the gas valve for your oven flow. Do the same to the oven.
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To go from natural gas to propane you need to change the orffice where the gas feed comes out into burner. I the propane orifice feed hole is a different size.
You should be able to get this from a furnace contractor. They did this for me when I went back to natural gas.
You cannot do it. Their is no way. These come in 2 versions. Natural OR propane and they cannot be converted. The pilot is designated as a nat pilot assembly and the gas valve is designated a nat only valve. Their is no way to convert it not without costing a ton of money. You would need a LP gas valve and an LP pilot assembly. It would be better just to sell it to a nat gas user and get an LP one.
On the oven portion you will need to turn the oriface clockwise all the way till it bottoms out. This is the conversion from natural gas to lp gas on all gas ovens. Also make sure the valve down toward the back has been flipped off of nat. to lp. Good luck
the burner orfices will have to be changed ans pressure reg / some have either /or reg / just turn lever to the fuel you are using . but always change the orfices to gas or lp . blk is lp copper nat gas .. you can probably do it with out the instructions it's very simple .. if the other set of orfice's are not in or on range then order them for your model . ..mm
2. Provide an adequate gas supply.
This unit is pre-set to operate on 4" natural gas manifold
pressure. Aconvertible pressure regulator is connected to the
manifold and MUST be connected inseries with the gas supply
line. If the LP/Propane conversion kit has been used, follow
instructions provided with the kit for converting the pressure
regulator to LP/Propane use. The LP kit can be found on the
back side of the range (some models).
I yours does not have the kit on back go to sears to get one.
In most cases the orifices can be removed and reversed to convert from lp to natural gas. Sometimes you will need a conversion kit and you will need to look this up by model number. 465 is the oven capacity not the model number. You can locate the model number by pulling the drawer out and looking behind it. Please let me know the model and I can let you know what kit you need. Also I should let you know that your gas company is the most qualified to convert your range, and this conversion should not be attempted by anyone who is not qualified. If this conversion is not completed properly you could be risking your life and the lives of everyone in your home, so make sure you know what you are doing!! Or get a qualified person. Good luck and please be careful making any changes to your gas appliances. Please dont forget to rate me also.