i need to replace the tube assy in my stove and it has been converted to propane is the a diffrence in tube assy
Answer Jason, No there is no difference in the tube assemmbly, even for "propane" gas. In your case, you will need to mark and remove the brass burner orifice(s) from the original assembly, and install them in the same location on the new orifice assembly, then install the assembly. Make sure you have power to the range disconnected. Carefully hold your finger over the top of the orifice and turn the gas valve knob to the open position, and check all your connections for a gas leak(with a soap solution) then install the cooktop. Thanks
yes i need instructions on removing top to change this part
Answer Gary, We'll be sending you the basic information, as you requested. Thanks
How do I get the stove top off to change this part?
Answer Hello Gary. We will need your model number to help you with this. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
When these parts are installed will it need any adjustments?
Answer Hello Walter. No, you should not need to adjust the orifice tube assembly 5787D105-60. If the flames do not look right in the unit, you can adjust the orifices. Be sure and leak check the system before lighting it.
What parts do I need to change this stove from Lp to natural gas?
Answer Hello! You will need the right hand orifice tube assembly 5787D104-60 and the left hand orifice tube assembly 5787D105-60. Thanks!