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Gas Range Oven use without electrical power

I have a Amana Gas Range Model ARG7600W and I want to use it with propane at my hunting cabin. How can I use the oven without any electricity? is there a way to connect some type of battery to the controls?

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    Vanderhoof Columbia Oct 20, 2012

    This range is NOT designed to work without electricity.

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    Vanderhoof Columbia Oct 20, 2012

    Installing spuds for LPG still will not resolve the oven glowbar issue.

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    Vanderhoof Columbia Oct 20, 2012

    YOU NEED POWER TO RUN THE WHOLE STOVE>

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It will be necessary to change the top burner orifices when converting to propane. You should be able to light the top burners with a match or lighter, however, the oven will need proper operating voltage.

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