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We have a oven LRG30855 that came with the house, (new home)
the people that sold the appliances will NOT convert them, to LP,
I am a heating contractor, I managed the dryer, But the Instructions were missing for the Oven, I got the burner orfices changed the regulator, conversion turned over and adjusted the Top oven burner nut down (i have done this before) I hope its still done this way, But there was a Long oricie, that was left over I didnt see where it goes,, and All works, (except) the lower oven burnwer? the flames that come from the bottom are all yellow and very high and it does sute up the oven,, What am I missing? please help,

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  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    the manual says to see the conversion instructions that were supposed to be with the orifices, on the back of the stove, the orifices are there but the Paperwork is missing

  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    no capabilty to send photo,, IOts just like the other orifices, except this one has an extension of some sorts,

  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    the orifices were attached to the back of the range, just like the manual said, but No paper work

  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    no literature, and I couldnt see were it might go,, any ideas, as to how to access the bottom burner? and also is the sute going to be able to get cleaned up?

  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    need help with converting a gas range to LP, I have the orfices that were attached to the back of the range but there is no paperwork,, IE: no Instructions

  • want2cook Mar 15, 2008

    kit was attached to the range,, and no connecting hardeware,,

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And you say you took the nut off the top of the regulator and flipped that piece over as to the burner tube you can get to it from the inside the oven remove the racks then should be a couple of screws there remove them then you will see a flame spreader there remove that and you will see a burner tube remove that and you will see the safety valve with the office and soap and water should clean up the soot

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Hi Have a nice day!
You can try also the link here (Insert your model number at search tab) It Helps to parts detect.
Good luck!

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    Kleanthis Mavropoulos Mar 15, 2008

    Write " LRG30855 " in search space, and then select Part Type you need.

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    Kleanthis Mavropoulos Mar 15, 2008

    Download also installation manual There is a lot of usefull information here.

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    Kleanthis Mavropoulos Mar 15, 2008

    i.e

    6. CHECK IGNITION OF SURFACE BURNERS

    Operation of all cooktop and oven burners

    should be checked after the range and gas

    supply lines have been carefully checked

    for leaks.

    ELECTRIC IGNITION

    Select a top burner knob and simultaneously

    push in and turn to LITE position. You will hear a

    clicking sound indicating proper operation of the

    spark module.

    Once the air has been purged from the supply

    lines, burner should light within 4 seconds.

    After burner lights, rotate knob out of the LITE

    position. Try each burner in succession until all

    burners have been checked.

    QUALITY OF FLAMES

    The combustion quality of burner flames needs

    to be determined visually.

    A Yellow flames
    —Call for

    service

    B Yellow tips on outer

    cones
    —Normal for LP gas

    C Soft blue flames
    —Normal

    for natural gas

    If burner flames look like A, call for service.

    Normal burner flames should look like B or C,

    depending on the type of gas you use.

    With LP gas, some yellow tipping on outer

    cones is normal.

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Here is the manual for your product

see whether you can figure it out here...

thankyou

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Hello,

sir please go by the service manual sir...
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Ahhh..so..let me get this accurately..most of the conversion works, but there's a extra part(oricie???)..that's hanging around? Got a picture of that, by chance?

sounds like the missing piece to the puzzle, amigo.

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 15, 2008

    ok..so, where did the conversion kit come from?

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 15, 2008

    the long orifice is most likely going to the bottom burner. If it's NOT connected, then you'll find it's not going to work. What's the story with that orifice? No connecting hardware for it?

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 15, 2008

    you mean the grease and grime at the bottom, or other places? Sounds like you have your hands full. Still need to know where you got the conversion kit, amigo..

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