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GAS RANGE CONVERSION TO PROPANE

CHANGED ALL THE ORIFICE'S AND CONVERTED THE REGULATOR..NEED TO DETERMINE THE MAX PSI FOR
THE INLET INPUT..MANUAL TALKS OF "WATER COLUMN PRESSURE" BUT CAN'T CONVERT THAT TO PSI FOR THE
INLET REGULATOR..ANY TIPS?

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Try this site for the conversion factor: http://www.onlineconversion.com/pressure.htm . 1 Water Column [inch] = 0.0361 pound/square inch (PSI) (to a reasonable number of significant figures).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(However, your stove and tank must be very different than mine. We didn't need to adjust the inlet input for the max PSI, just make sure that the incoming pressure was in the standard range for LP. New stove installed last month after old one suffered a failure of the oven valve.)

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