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I purchased a new natural gas range a couple years ago for our cabin. I need this range to use propane.can this oven be changed to use propane instead of natural gas?

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Yes you need to change the orifices for each burner and oven.You can go to your local dealer or web site of the brand to order the parts

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Should be able to change orifices to propane. some ranges offer these on the back of the stove or you can buy them at a local parts dealer. take your model # with u when you research a part

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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