I bought a range and it needed to be converted from propane to natual gas.
I changed the top burner orfices, and that works fine. The oven burner will not light.
Is there something I need to do for the oven?
Or does it need a new electric ignitor?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Usually in the conversion kit, all parts that need to be changed are color coded. You need to follow these instructions carefully. The orifice that you changed out, should have been in the gas valve itself. The gas pressure now is different, so a regulator adjustment is required. The regulator steps it down to around 1/2 psi for natural. Check the instructions again.
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