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  • hardell Jul 28, 2008

    My range was converted to propane but they did not do the burners. the btu way to high . looking for conversion kit for it



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I have the same problem since last year. We purchased the range over the phone from Puerto Rican branch of Sears. They REFUSED to give us the conversion kit. In New York, they told us that they do not have it...I do not know from where to get those orifices...any advice?

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No,you have to convert it to propane.The regulator,orfices need to be changed.Call sears or where you purchased the oven and ask them for a conversion kit.Its also not difficult to do.

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