1950s roper stove


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Old 09-17-20, 01:44 PM
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1950s roper stove

I have recently got a 1950s model roper stove and i was told i could convert it to LP from NG, i bought a a regulator from dealer that says all i need to do is put the regulator one and thats it, once i got the regulator i went to install it but i could not find a regulator, so my question is how would i install this? i have been told to install it at the main inlet... any input would be great.. thank you in advance
 
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Old 09-17-20, 03:13 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

When converting from natural to LP...... a low pressure regulator is installed and typically smaller orifices are used on the burners and in the oven. As that range is older than I am...... it may not even use changeable orifices.

There are a few guys that stop thru occasionally that may be able to help.
If not.... you could try sites like...... Antique stoves.
 
 

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