Question about Magic Chef CGR3742 Gas Kitchen Range
I have just replaced the orifices in the Magic chef gas range Model # CGR1420BDW. I changed them when the gas tubing got kinked and broken (don't ask) Now the flame is very high and very yellow. The range is in a rural location that uses LP gas. Now I wonder if the stove was ever converted for lp from natural gas.
Is there a way to check? Is there a conversion kit? Or a conversion switch or dial? Any other ideas?
Did it work OK in that location before the changes?
Sounds like you used Natural gas parts instead of LP.
Lp orifices have smaller holes than Nat.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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