I am looking for to convert my gas from LP to natural gas and need the part #for large front burner a 17200 BTU orifice.
Answer Rich, if it is for the right front burner use part number 316430500 and if it for the left front burner orifice assembly use part number 316237911. Thanks.
I have lp range that needs converted to natural gas- what orifices do I need- looks like one may be different than other 3. Thanks for the help.
Answer Stevo, you'll need part number 9753929 for the LF burner, 8286473 for the RF burner, and two of part number 3192523 for the RR and LR burners. Flip the regulator back to NG. Thanks.
Converting Kenmore range from LP back to natural gas. What pats do I need?
Answer Hello William! You will need to flip the cap on the regulator back to NG to convert the oven over. The right front NG orifice is part number WB28K23, the right rear NG orifice is part number WB28K86, and the two left burner NG orifices is part number WB28K19. Unfortunately, the right rear burner orifice and left rear/left front burner orifices have been discontinued and are no longer available. I would suggest contacting the manufacturer to verify their stock of the discontinued items, without these you will not be able to complete the conversion.
I am changing from lp to nat gas in a few weeks can you tell me what orifices I need for both?
Answer John, to convert model MGRH865QDS you'll need left front/right rear burner orifice W10156136, left rear burner orifice W10156137, right front orifice W10156836, broil orifice 74008834. For model RGS7745RQ1 you'll need orifice part number 234826, limiter part number 694424, regulator part number 694423, and spring part number 694422. Thanks!
Unit was converted to LP but now is needed to be returned to Natural gas. What part(s) are required?
There are several parts that will need to be changed to convert back to Nat gas: 234826 orifice, 694424 Limiter/cap, 694423 regulator sleeve, and 694422 spring. These parts are all associated with the brass cap fitting on the top of the gas valve and must be replaced in order to convert the valve back to Natural Gas and have the valve operate properly. Don't forget to check for possible gas leaks at the valve once the parts are installed and the gas supply is reestablished, you can use a solution of soapy water and a rag or old paint brush to swab the solution on the fittings.