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Re: pilot light are to high

If you didnt change the pilot, burner orfices and regulator this is your problem.the gas pressure is different.any ? let me know.

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CONVERTING TO LP GAS (or converting
back to natural gas from LP)
This range leaves the factory set for use with natural
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