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Pressure Regulator

Part Number: AP4346295
MFG Part Number: WB19T10078
Made by: GE
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Set for natural gas from the manufacturer. Conversion to liquid propane is included.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Regulator Or Pressure Regulator.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB19T10078 (AP4346295) replaces WB19K5019, 1469113, 344378, PS2337785, WB19X10027, WB28M0002, WB28M2.

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How to Replace Pressure Regulator #WB19T10078

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Pressure Regulator #WB19T10078 for Cooktop made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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Recieved regulator WB19T10078..How do convert this to propane...Thanks bob

Robert for Model Number GE Profile Gas Range PGB908


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Ever since I installed this natural-gas cooktop 3-4 years ago, my wife has told me that it never seems to get hot enough at the highest temperature. I've tried tweaking the small screw inside the post that the control knob is attached to, but that only seems to affect the gas level at the lowest temperature setting. The regulator that came with the unit does not have any adjustments, so I was never able to use that to increase gas flow. My latest thought is whether or not there are adjustable regulators so that I can slightly increase the flame. My owners manual says the regulator is set a 4" of water column pressure. My question is...is this (or another regulator) adjustable, and can it go above 4" of pressure?

Peter C for Model Number GE Gas Cooktop PGP989SS


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Hi, I am having trouble lighting my 10-year old GE gas cooktop. The problem is with gas flow. When I turn a burner switch I sometimes get gas flow and a flame, more and more though I don't get any gas flow (spark is fine) and must fiddle with the switch, back and forth, up and down, before I hear gas flow. It is the same on all burners and seems to be getting slowly worse and worse. I am guessing this is a failing gas regulator. Am I correct? Is it adjustable or do I need to replace it? Part Number: AP4346295 / GE WB19T10078? Thanks for your help. Laurie

Laurie for Model Number JGP932BEC2BB


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