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Soot is forming on my gas fire. it is fuelled by lpg. ive tried using calor gas instead of a cheap gas but its still the same . help` its driving me potty !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The range is not converted or converted proberly to lp gas. they are sold to be used with natural gas and needs to be converted to handle lp

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