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How do you adjust flow regulator in gas oven

I have flames shooting out the side after we had it converted to propane, was told to adjust flow regulator. How do you do that?

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How do I adjust my regulator on a gas range

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How do you adjust oven on a Frigdaire Gallery Gas range from propaine to natural gas I have already changed burner orfice on top

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The regulator have a cap that you swich to natural gas or to propane, on the regulator.

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I've just converted my stove from natural gas to propane and the oven and broiler flame are both to high, how can I lower them?


When converting from natural gas to propane you have to switch the regulator to propane. then on most modern stoves you have to turn the orifice hoods down to adjust for the higher pressure of propane. there are some stoves that you have to purchase a propane conversion kit with different orifices for the burners and oven burners.

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You should have a pressure regulator between your stove and your propane bottle. It's probably delivering too much propane at too high of a pressure to the stove.. If you don't have a regulator, THAT would be your problem. A regulator set to too high a pressure makes flame too high and flame may even try to blow itself out. I've remedied this by taking a small cover off the center of the regulator and adjusting a screw.. (Not all regulators can be adjusted.) If adjusting isn't possible, I'd suggest a new pressure regulator (for LPG). Note: A regulator for LPG is NOT set up the same as a regulator for natural gas.

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We converted our natural gas range to propane. When I turn on the oven flames shoot up the sides. What would the reason for this be?


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There is a regulator...usually on the gas line where it enters the range... this needs to be converted also or the gas pressure will be too high...
To convert it the center needs to be turned out and the center flipped over and screwed back in...
This will lower the gas pressure

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Switched from natural gas to propane now oven flames up sides how do I fix? Model#362.75571691



Propane and natural gas are two different fuels and require adjustments to the appliances to which theye are connected. Typically, when converting to propane from natural gas, a pressure regulator and a change in gas jets are required. This is because propane has a different heating value (hotter) and behaves differently.

Also, propane doesn't burn as cleanly as natural gas so after you have made the hardware changes, if you start to smell something in the kitchen, you may need to crack a window slightly to provide for better venting.

Please be careful

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Ge propane kitchen range changed to natural gas.can't get the ove


Hi, Did you flip the cap on top of the regulator? As far as adjusting the bake/broil orfices, all you will nee to do is turn them 2 full turns counter clockwise. Start the oven and watch the flame. It should have blue tips as much as possible.
You might have to raise or lower the orfice adjustment as needed.
I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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Viking Gas Oven VGSO-166 flame too high


make sure the hood orifice is a #52. (orifice to bake burner)you can go to the local propane gas company and see if they have one they will sell you.

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yea sounds like you have a stive set for natural gas hooked up to propane gasm you need to convert that thing instructions are simple to follow in installation manual, or if you paid someone for installation id get them back

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