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Some ranges have the conversion orfices right on board and for others you will need to order a conversion kit. Your manual will have the directions if the kit is on board. If there is no directions then look at most any of the appliance parts websites under your model number for the conversion kit.
All gaq cooktops come from the factory ready to be installed to natural gas. If the only gas available is propane the orifices have to be changed. The orifices are product specific and must be ordered for your particular stove.
That being said, if this is a new cooktop you have the answer. If this is a used cooktop and you do not know which style of orifices are installed now just contact your propane company and they will be happy to help you for free.
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propane has more BTU, so has a small hole, NG has a laeger hole, when i last called a plumber, all he did was remove them and drill a larger hole...i don't know what the hole size was, but thats what he did. hope this helps
on the regulator there is a 1/2" nut, made of aluminum. loosen the nut, thur it around and screw it back in, there is a "NAT" on one side, and a "LP" on the other side, make sure the "LP" is facing out if you are using propane, and "NAT", if you are using Natural Gas. Very simple, all you need is a 1/2" wrench, or a small adjustable wrench,
Contact Miele directly via their website. This would require an orifice change if it is possible for this appliance. Since natural gas, butane, and propane are all forms of LP (Liquified Petroleum), it is usually, but not always, possible.