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the difference between natural and lpg is the jet size and it would not be cost effective to produce specific models when all that is required is a change of jets
there may be a stick on tag on the back which states it if is lpg or natural gas but I suggest that because it is gas that you have a gas fitter come in and inspect it
Are you on propane (LPG) or natural gas? I would guess that you are on propane, and that your oven has not been converted over to LPG correctly. The regulator needs to be set up for LPG, and the oven gas orifaces need to be tightened down, and the air valves opened up. If you don't know what these terms mean, then you need to contact a professional, because you don't want to monkey around with gas!
Hi, You must get a tradesman or technician who is qualified to convert a gas appliance, your local gas fitter or plumber should be able to help with this. the regulator needs to be changed the jets also need to be swapped out for the type of gas to be used. normally from lpg to Natural gas the jet size needs to be increased by installing new jets or by drilling out the old ones Hope that helped
If it's designed to run on natural gas then usally the answer is yes but it will need to be converted the orifices for LPG are a different size than for natural gas. Trying to run it without converting is dangerous!
I let the screws soak for a few days in release oil but with no success. I decided the only way to get the seized screws out was to drill and tap new holes through the hob and into the hob burner mixing tube support flanges. This allowed new screws (stainless as opposed to the standard, chrome plated steel screws) to be screwed into place. Once this was done I then drilled out the heads of the remaining seized screws. This allowed the hob tops to be removed so that the oven thermostats could be changed. The hob screws were then screwed back into place and lubricated with loads of high temp. copper grease to prevent corrosion. I will also remove and re-grease these screws every six months or so to prevent any chance of seizure in future!
A few points to remember: (a) make sure that any holes in the hob top are sealed with something such as a screw coated with high temp fire cement etc. to prevent any possibility of unburnt LPG getting into the space below the hob top. (b) make SURE that you do not drill or tap into anything that could damage the cooker and cause a gas leak or damage any of the gas ignition leads etc. (c) Make sure that the appliance is totally 'gas tight' after doing any work which will disturb the gas connections, and (d) If you don't have gas qualifications and are not sure of what you are doing then get an expert, registered gas engineer to do the work for you. Don't take a chance with gas!!