Orifice PN for Natural Gas conversion From LPG.
Answer Wally, to convert the unit back to NG you will need the left front orifice WB28T10014, left rear orifice [AP3190956, right front orifice WB28T10027, and right rear/center orifice WB28T10028. Flip the cap on the regulator back to NG. Thanks!
How can you tell the difference between the GE Orifice Spud for natural gas an lp gas? I bought a used cooktop an dont know if the orifice spud is the right one on it. I dont have the spare parts to change it out but I need to know, I use lp gas.
Answer Becky, there is no way to tell the difference between the two orifices. One way to tell if your unit has been converted to LP gas is to check for stickers located around the valve, model number tag plate, and where the gas hook up is on the back of the range. The sticker will say "This appliance has been converted to use LP gas". If there is no sticker located on the range, this unit has not been converted. Please provide your full appliance model number to verify the correct conversion parts needed for your appliance. Thanks.