I need to convert this stove from natural gas to LP...which orfices do I need?
Answer Sandy, you'll need four LP orifices part number WB28K10376. Flip the cap on the regulator and adjust the oven orifices. Thanks.
Im looking for NG spuds my cook top has LP spuds now and I would like to convert back to NG. Thanks Mark
To convert the unit back to natural gas you will need the following parts. Orifice holder for the Left rear 9.2K 74007691, orifice holder for center 5K 7527P023-60, orifice holder Right front 12.5K 7527P028-60 and orifice holder for left front and right rear 9.5K 7527P026-60. You would also need to flip the cap on the regulator from LP to natural.
I'm looking for high altitude orifices for this Range running on LP gas. Thank You.
Answer Hello! The manufacturer does not offer high altitude orifices for your appliance. If you need to convert your range you'll need four LP orifices part number WB28K10376. Adjust the air shutters on your unit. Thanks.
My GE range is set up to burn propane right now, and I need to convert it to burn natural gas in my new location.
Is it true that all I need is four natural gas orifices and to reset the regulator to NG? Also, where IS the regulator on the unit?
Thanks so much!
Answer Hello Phil! Yes, you'll need four NG orifices part number WB28K10033. Flip the cap on the regulator back to NG. The regulator is on the back on the appliance towards the bottom. Adjust the oven orifice two full rounds ccw and adjust the burner flame until its blue. Hope this helps.
What is the difference between a oven orifice and the top burner orifice?
Answer Hello Angie. They are different in design. Top orifices are smaller than the oven.
Can this range be converted from lp to ng?
Answer Dale, you'll need to purchase the NG orifices part number WB28K7. The following link is to your owners manual, refer to pages 40-44 for the conversion instructions. Hope this helps! http://www.geappliances.com/search/older-pdfs/49-8542.PDF
The range has 4 burners of 9000 BTU each. I would like to raise the burners (2) to 12,000 BTU or higher possible. Can it be done and how?
Answer Hello PT. No, the unit is set up for 9,000. If you want larger, you will need to replace the unit. This is dangerous to try to change a gas product when the manufacture builds it to certain specs.