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I have Maytag natural gas range #mgs5770adc want to know how to convert it to propane

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You won't
it is a job for a gas fitter
he has the correct jet sizes for the conversion, knows where to place the air shrouds to get a good blue flame
knows the regulator pressure settings
is trained in gas fitting and is not likely to blow your house up
gas is not a diy project

Posted on Dec 20, 2016

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