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Stove I have a GE stove that I want to convert it from gas pipe line to propane gas tank. I have bought the two nozzle or regulator to change but I don't know how to. Please help

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  • zinetmore Jul 16, 2008

    I have a GE stove that I want to convert it from gas pipe line to propane gas tank. I have bought the two nozzle or regulator to change but I don't know how to. Please help

  • zinetmore Jul 16, 2008

    I have a GE stove that I want to convert it from gas pipe line to propane gas tank. I have bought the two nozzle or regulator to change but I don't know how to. Please help

  • Anonymous Jul 18, 2008

    I have bought the the two jets, I just don't know where the jets are located to replace them with the new one.If you know please let me know. Thanks

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2008

    I have the same problem, I have the nozzles, I just need the directions, can you help

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Because of the difference in energy between the two gases, the regulator is not all that needs changing.
I'm not sure which 'nozzles' you have but essentially all of the jets' one at each burner, at least one in the oven; probably two if your have a broiler element, need to be replaced.

It isn't a hard job but I suggest you speak to the manufacturer about re-jetting and where to order the parts you need.

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