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To convert this range to LP, you do not need to replace the orifices. The range comes with universal (double coaxial) orifices. You need to convert the pressure regulator; the procedure depends on the range. Then screw down the burner orifice hoods down to the pins. Do not over-tighten or you wil risk damaging the orifice. Then adjust the burner air shutter. For the oven burner, look behind the burner cover. It's shown on as part 25 on the oven/base diagram here: https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model-number/MGR5750BDQ/3048/0124002.html . You can find the range bake and broiler burners shown on the gas controls diagram.
Most ranges can be converted with the orfices being changed.Newer ranges have the orfices under the top.Older ranges can be convetrted by drilling the orfices larger.(propane orfices are smaller than natural gas.Sears can sell you a conversion kit if you know the model and serial #.Most Gas companies will convert it for a fee.