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Where is the regulator value on this model 337 gas range

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Regulators are where the gas line coming from the house behind the stove conects to the stove. it's square about 2 inches by 2 inches.

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I bought a new regulator for my gas range and it is different from the one that is on there now.


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In a search using the model number listed in the question the part number is 316091706
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I have a Frigidaire Stove, Model # FGF316ASA. It was changed from propane to natural gas. The oven works well. The burners, however, will only burn a low flame. Is there a solution for this?


When converting an appliance from propane gas to natural sometimes a technician will drill the orifice to a larger size rather than replace the orifices. Either way is fine, but sometimes the orifices don't get drilled to the correct size. The regulator must be on the propane setting if it is a convertible regulator. If your oven is working fine.... the top burner orifices probably need to be checked that they are the correct size. A simple fix.
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The Frigidaire units have a shutoff valve on the regulator that has to be flipped up so the oven will get gas.

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