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Can't get stove to light

My husband has converted the same model stove to LP by changes the orifices and adjusted the broiler and oven but, it seems like there in no propane coming through. We bought this stove used and do not have an owner's manual to try and troubleshoot. All we received was a 1 sheet instruction manual for converting.

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You must get some flame and put were the gas is

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