I would like to get the parts for the parts needed to convert from propane to natural gas. Thanks.
Answer Frank, to convert back to NG you'll need to purchase the orifice holders. The left front holder is part number WB28K10813, the left rear holder is part number WB28K10815, the center is part number WB28K10289, the right front holder is part number WB28K10812, and the right rear holder is part number WB28K10817. You'll need to flip the regulator back to NG. Thanks.
I need to convert from natural gas to LP. What orifaces do I need? Thanks.
Answer Andy, the small burner uses orifice part number WB28K10031, large burner uses orifice part number WB28K10214, medium burner uses orifice part number WB28K10215, and the right front burner uses orifice part number WB28T10033. Thanks.
I need the parts to covert from LP to natural gas please.
Answer Jason, I believe your model should read JGP328BEK2BB. You'll need the right rear tube WB28T10108, left rear tube WB28T10132, left front tube WB28T10109 and right front tube WB28T10136 to convert the unit back to NG. Thanks.
I need to convert from natural gas to propane. What are the parts I need?
Answer Hello Cyndi. To convert to lp you will need 1 of part number WB28K10031, and 3 WB28K10215. The oven will be converted on the regulator.
I need the kit part numbers going from LP to natural gas for the orifices on a P2B918DEM3BB GE Range
There is not a kit for going from LP to Natural. You will need to replace each orifice or orifice holder. The part number required are for the Left rear WB28K10022 orifice only, Right front WB28K10030 orifice only, Right rear WB28K10390 orifice holder with orifice, Left front WB28K10388 orifice holder with orifice, and the center burner WB28K10300 orifice holder with orifice. The regulator would just require flipping the cap to natural.
I need a kit part number for LP conversion for the top burners, broiler, and oven orifices
The lp orifices for your unit are WB28K10032 for the front burners, WB28K10031 for the right rear burner, and WB28K10215 for the Left rear. The oven orifices would be adjustable in which you would tighten down the orifices and opening the shutters. The regulator would need to flipped from Nat to LP.
i am converting a xl44 from nat to propane i switched the burner spuds and the regulator i don't have different orfices for the oven but when i took it off it looks like there is a smaller one inside what do i need to do or change to finish this
Answer Jim, The smaller spud, inside or under the orifice on the bake burner valve is called the LP conversion pin. You'll need to install the original hood and turn the hood clockwise until the orifice hood "bottoms out" on the LP pin. once you have the hood adjusted down, you'll need to adjust the air shutter on the burner tube. You'll want it to be to the full open position and adjust it slightly closed until you have a blue flame and little or no yellow or white tips, after the burner has cycled for a few minutes.