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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
If the stove has been changed from one gas to anotheanother, it is most likely set for Propane.AlmostPropane. Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.TherePropane. There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Eitheris. Either at the back or under the top.Thistop. This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.Thisgas. This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.AfterPropane. After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.Ifnot. If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
If the stove has been changed from one gas to anotheanother, it is most likely set for Propane.AlmostPropane. Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.TherePropane. There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Eitheris. Either at the back or under the top.Thistop. This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.Thisgas. This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.AfterPropane. After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.Ifnot. If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html
 
This is the double burner kit:
 
https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html
 
Here’s the installation video for doing that: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
TheIf the stove has been changed from one gas to another,itanothe, it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
TheIf the stove has been changed from one gas to another,itanothe, it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html
 
This is the double burner kit:
 
https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html
 
Here’s the installation video for doing that: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html
 
This is the double burner kit:
 
https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html
 
Here’s the installation video for doing that: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter P or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html
 
This is the double burner kit:
 
https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-double-burner-kit-wb16k10026-ap2633210.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter PorP or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter PorP or N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter Por N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564
 
In stock here: https://www.appliancepartspros.com/ge-convertion-kit-asm-wb28k10564-ap4368266.html

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In addition to @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter Por N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.
 
The conversion kit costs about $7.50 and is Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Conversion Kit WB28K10564

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In addition otto @jayeff fine answer:
 
The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter Por N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.

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In addition ot @jayeff fine answer:

The stove has been changed from one gas to another,it is most likely set for Propane.Almost all appliances are set for natural gas at the factory and need to be converted to Propane.There will be a regulator where the gas connection is.Either at the back or under the top.This regulator will have a nut with a plastic cap on it [if the cap wasn't discarded] If you look at the nut it will have the letter Por N.P for Propane and N for natural gas.This nut is part of the conversion from natural to propane It is unscrewed and flipped to change the pressure.If it is not marked with a letter look in the center of the nut.If it has a pin sticking out it is set for natural gas and if it is hollow it is set for Propane.After this nut has been set you will need to adjust the orifices [if they are adjustable] or change them if they are not.If this stove has standing pilots on it there is a very good chance that the orifices are adjustable.

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