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Flames in oven are WAY too high! Having trouble lowering them.

The flames in my new Hotpoint RGB745 LP Oven are extremely high shooting up the sides of the oven. We have changed the setting from Natural to LP and it goes up the sides for both settings. We have tried following the directions in the manual but it doesn't seem to be working. HELP!! Thanks.

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  • ssupavegeta Dec 20, 2007

    i have the same exact problem, there is no orifice that comes for the oven baker/broiler, the instructions just say tighten 2 1/2 turns and do not overtighten. i tried this and it also says to open the flame control valve to fully open. and my top burners work fine but my oven flame is way too high.. i tightened 2 and a half turns did not work and searching online someone said ti tighten more, i tried that and still nothing! any help would be gratly appreciated thanks..i also made sure the regulator switch is in on position and that the orifice in regulatopr and all burners are correctly installed, only thing i havent tried is closing the air regulator valve a bit but did not because the manual says to make sure it is fully open for lp gas..

  • bigbear53 Dec 21, 2007

    I have the exact thing going on with this model as well. I have installed 3 ovens prior in the last 10 years which had to be converted to LP from Nat gas, and never have experienced this. I'm wondering if it is a regulator defect? The top burners are exactly right, but after conversion the oven flame is shooting yelow/blue flames up and then shuts off. I of course immediately shut gads valve off. Anybody know if this can be fixed? I'm thinking it is a defect.

  • Ranch1 Mar 11, 2008

    yes I have the same problem but with a GE profile range. I wonder if there made buy the same people

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    propane to high, high flame works @ medium, high setting 4" flames

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Did you also change all the orifice's for the oven and the top burners? to me that sounds like your problem. the orifice's for natural gas are larger then for propane. so make sure the conersion has been properly done. most times the LP orifices are somewhere on the back of the range. Good Luck

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Did you change the orifice in the regulator? The orifice opening for LP is a different diameter than the opening for Natural Gas. If you've already attempted changing the settings from Natural to LP, you may want to double check the orifice under the regulator cap, or...you may have a regulator problem. You will need to turn the gas off prior to attempting this. The regulator will be located in the back of the oven somewhere near where the gas line connects to the stove. There is a gas orifice that needs to be turned over to change gas settings. "LP" should be present if it is set correctly. Let me know if this helps.

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Actually you shouldnt really be fooling around with gas without a proper licence we have to go to college for quite some time to be able to handle gas safely but hey hope you dont blow yourself up !!!!!

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Brand NEW Fridgidaire(High End)model,my neighbor just bought ,is doing this same thing! Now,he couldn't wait for the LP Tech(days) ,to do the conversion. So being the "Macho guy he is,I belive he Overtightened the Orifice,WAY,beyond 2 1/2 turns down/snug!! All top burners:OK .I gotta check that regulator though,it was a NEW Range he replaced too! Then ,he had Top burner trouble! LP tech came out,NOTHING Sears came out(Kenmore)NOTHING!Same condition on top burners of other range.TOO much flame!!One ,would think it MUST be in the regulator,or??You have at least added some help for me,as it seems we all have the same condition:Oven Flames "Shooting up around Burner"! Thanks,will get back soon! The Trailer Park Wiz!

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Tighten the adjusting nut until it feels snug, then loosen to adjust flame

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Hi! melisrus
If you are using LP, even if you change the regulator settings from Natural Gas to LP Gas, the orifices all need to be changed. The Orifices should have come with the new unit, if not contact Hotpoint.
www.hotpoint.com
Make sure you order the instruruction manual and this is an Oven with Range Top, you will need orifices for all the burners on the range top.
InMrFixIt

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