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I want to install a 48" dual fuel range and I need to know the voltage and amperage to get the proper outlet and plug. It is also set up for propane and I'm hooking it to natural gas, I'd like to know if I have to change the regulator. Thanks

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  • peymar1 Dec 22, 2008

    It is Dacor Epicure 48" dual fuel. Electric ovens and gas top burners.

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