gas stove convertion


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Old 04-04-10, 10:18 AM
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gas stove convertion

I have a gas stove that was given me, that needs to be converted. And I keep getting different stories on what needs to be done. I have natural gas, the stove is set up for propane. The person that gave me the stove, said I needed to go and get a kit. I went to get a kit, and the sales man, told me the kit was already in the stove, I needed to take it out. And that was about all he could tell me, because he said he didn't know any more then that. What do I remove, and where do I find it.
 
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Old 04-05-10, 07:19 AM
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Arrow More Specific Information and Details Requested.

Hello Edward074 and Welcome to the Gas Appliances topic.

The basics for a conversion is in the sticky note.

Range/Stove/Oven/Broiler Info, Leak Detection, Fault Codes, Fuel Conversion & Links - DoItYourself.com Community Forums

Not any specific information or details included into your question.... nor brand, model or year, etc. Will need more details.

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Newer models often do come with a conversion kit and full instructions. Older models did not. They need more parts and often take more time.

>>>Sticky note contains almost all the information needed.
 
 

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