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Installation Installed new JGR8775QDS but burners do not light. Igniter sparks, but no flame. Listen but do not hear any sound of flowing gas with unlit burner on high. Have not tried the oven. Was there some other item to remove from inlet beside the blue plastic? Is there an internal shut off valve I didn't open? Don't have installation manual

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I have a jenn air gas range with a convection oven and want to convert it to propane, but can't get an instllation manual to find the part numbers or instructions.
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