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Some gas ranges cannot be converted. If your model can be converted it normally requires flipping over the regulator diaphragm and also changing orifices for all burners, surface and oven. Most modern new appliances come with the LP orifices located on a card attached to the regulator.

Posted on Nov 20, 2013

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SOURCE: how to convert from natural gas to propane

All stoves in this country come from the factory with orifices designed to use natural gas. To switch over to propane, the orifices have to be changed over. Contact your propane provider and they will obtain the proper orifices for your range. They may even install them for free. good luck.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Can a kenmore gas stove be converted to propane

Yes.
If you have the owners manual it may tell you the location of the conversion parts that are probably included with the range.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: how to convert from propain to natural gas

fiddling with gas appliances when you do not know what you are doing is DANGEROUS! do not take chances with your life! are you sure you have the orifices in their correct positions? do you have the "installation instructions" that came with the range? it will have complete instructions on how to convert. give the instructions to a qualified service technician and spend a few bucks to have it done right! please!!

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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SOURCE: i need to change from natural gas to propane serial # NF92903919

some ranges are adjusted on the unit, others you need to go to an appliance parts store and get them to order you a convervsion kit from ng to lp. the model you have given is incomplete i would need the rest to check this further for you. there should be a prefix ahead of the 468130 i.e. 110 - 468130??

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SOURCE: HOW TO CONVERT IT TO GAS PROPANE?

Your propane supplier can re-jet your stove to accomodate propane. Give them a call ... they will probably do it for little or no charge.

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