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I have a duke e101-g oven and I want to convert it to propane what should I get?

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Generally, when you wish to change the fuel for a gas appliance all you have to do is change the orifice. Most appliance dealers will be happy to order a LP orifice for your oven for you.


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Why would a duke E101-G will sometimes work fine and sometimes dont I replaced the thermostat but it is doing the same thing

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How difficult is it to adapt a new kenmore oven from gas to propane?

Hello, W/D here.

It might be even easier than you think! In some areas, propane vendors will convert your stove over for free. If not, they will (the major local companies) have the necessary orifices, and will gladly assist you in making the swap. Try them first, then kick back with a lemonade while they do the work! (I just hope that they WILL do it for you!) If not, like I said, they'll have the materials. I used our local propane company to convert a grill from NatGas to propane, and they had everything I needed, and offered to do it for me. Plenty of free support from them.
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Hi, the elements on my duke e101-e 240v single phase convection oven keep going out every 3 to six there any other reason why they would go out so often?

Check that the elements are high quality, dont use cheap elements, also replace all the elements and all are working, do not leave the door open while heating for along time. Do not power cold water on them while hot to clean let them cool down gradually.make sure the termina conection to are not loose during replacement. swicth off when you dont need to use for a long

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You have to get a converter for propane. You can call any hardware store in your area. Hope this helps you, if not, you can call me. :>)

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Pat, it is very important that all appliances that used natural are guaranteed to be LP Gas approved. Fact is natural gas uses about 1/4 oz. psi where Lp Gas uses 8lbs. to 13psi
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Go on line to westing and look up your model, go to the help page and ask for their assistance, gas is not something to fool around with, I suspect it is the orifice that have not been converted to propane, I had a similar problenm with the stove top burners, and the orifices needed to be changed to (converted ) to run on propane gas.Some times manufactures send the converter orfices but most of the time you have to ask for them if you are running on propane, most stoves are set up for natural gas not propane.Most of the time the store clerks don't ask you if you will be running on propane , you have to tell them and the professional who installs the unit needs to install the orifices. Please be careful! If you installed the stove your self, you need to contact a professional installer to correctly adjust these .

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