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Oven flame is too high

I recently bought a new range, the GLGF382DSF...I had to convert it from natural gas to LP which was done. When I turned on the oven, the flame was coming out of the sides and too high..Is this normal?

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The flame should be app 2" from each side of the burner. be very careful with lp conversions.

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