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How do I remove the cooktop


Hello Brent Beatty, thanks for your inquiry!
I see that you need to remove the old cooktop from your Frigidaire range, CGES3065K6. I was unable to locate any step by step instructions on how to remove the old cooktop. I did locate a parts manual which provides a thorough breakdown of all the parts within your range. If you need additional assistance regarding your cooktop replacement I would highly recommend reaching out to an expert technician to ensure the appropriate replacement part is installed correctly to prevent future issues. I hope this information helps to some degree - thanks for your question, and please do not hesitate to reconnect. -Matt
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How to install


Cut hole in counter to suit the unit and then glue it down.

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Remove and replace the control display


Good Afternoon Mr. Stevenson,

I see that you are looking for instructions on how to remove and replace the control display on your Electrolux range, model# EW30ES65GS. First, I do suggest having an authorized technician to make repairs such as these, so you're not left with any other damage to your appliance. Second, while I don't know of an actual instruction manual that will help to replace the control display panel, I have attached a link that will take you to a parts breakdown manual.

ftp://ftp.electrolux-na.com/ProdInfo_PDF/Lassomption/5995621363.pdf

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I need to find a conversion kit for my kenmore 790 range to switch from propane to natural gas. Where do i find it?


Most Kenmore ranges ship with the NG to LP conversion kit attached to the range. The conversion kit and instructions are in a bag and should be tied to the back near the regulator or behind the storage drawer. The installer who did the conversion was supposed to put the kit back with the original orifices in the bag.

If you do not have the kit, try looking for the manual at http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/owner_manuals?intcmpMMHxG_HomexServices_Menu and ordering the conversion kit from http://www.searspartsdirect.com/ .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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How do i convert my 790.71011200 kenmore range from natural gas to LP?


Hi,
After looking high and low for a conversion kit I finally looked up the installation manual for your range. AND gues what!! you have everything you need there!! Just follow the instructions in the installation manual for conversion over to LP.

Download the installation manual here if you do not have yours. The instructions are in the back pages 9 & 10.

http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/lis_pdf/INSTL/L0207026.pdf

Have fun!!

Heatman101

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I am trying to replace my old slide in gas range (Magic Chef- model # 6498XTS with a new slide in gas range and am trying to find out if the new one will fit where the old stove was, here's my problem the...


The installation depths provided in the installation literature, are the minimum requirements for fitting the slide in range into place. You need to determine what the depth of your opening is where you intend to install the appliance. The depth shown on the installation instructions might be showing the overall depth of the appliance, including the oven door, which typically sticks out from the cabinet anywhere from 1-3 inches, depending on the brand, model, etc. The old Magic Chef might have only provided the needed depth for the oven body, and might not have included the front oven door projection, past the countertop, etc. Most cabinents are about 24 inches deep, so anything larger than that, will likely stick out into the room more, unless your cabinents are deeper than 24", you're looking at having the new slide in oven stick out past the front cabinet front/edge, by about 4 5/16". I'd make a cardboard template to the dimensions of the new oven and use that to see just what you're facing with the replacement oven. It could be possible that you've confused the depth with the width for the new oven, as I've not seen many ovens that are as large as 28" unless it was a Viking, or other really high end, professional style oven, etc. Check your installation dimensions again for the Maytag and make a cardboard template to confirm how much space will be needed. The good news is that you can remove the old Magic Chef, since it's not working, to allow you to make a more informed decision as to fit and clearances required for the new oven. Just be sure to disconnect the power to the range or unplug the power cord, if that's what it has, before attempting to remove the slide in. Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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Frigidaire convection free standing range


new ranges come set for natural gas. in the installation instuctions there should be instruction for converting the range to lp. some models require that the orafice for the burners be replaced as part of the coversion, if so the there should be a pack of them with the new range. others you just have to tighten the orafices that are all ready in the range. you installation guide will tell you which one you have to do

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