Question about Kenmore 79012 / 79014 / 79019 Gas Kitchen Range
The propane converson seems to be done right however when we turn on the oven orange flames comr up throught the slits on the side. What can we do ?
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like during the conversion process a step or two may have been missed.
The gas orifice for the main oven burner is most likely to large (was not converted to LP), or the air shutter on the burner was not adjusted. I would not use the oven with the flames that way.
There should be instructions with the installation instructions on how to convert the oven, basically on most oven burners the orifice is screwed down (tightened) until the flame is the right size, then the air shutter on the burner is adjusted for a blue flame.
Let me know if you have questions
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