a match should never be used when testing for leaks.
all fittings have been tightened and tested at the
factory. if a leak is detected, tighten the fitting. Don’t
use pipe dope on factory fittings.
range conVersion to “lP”

models 1865, 1870 & 1875

(gas top models)

All our ranges are factory set to burn natural gas unless
“LP” is specified. To use the range on “LP” gas, please do
the following:
order an “lP” kit from the factory. $35 UPS included.
Burner large medium small
Nat. Gas #50 (1.75 mm) #55 (1.32 mm) #57 (1.09 mm)
LP/Propane #64 (.91 mm) #65 (.89 mm) #70 (.71 mm)
Store natural gas spuds so they are available for future

installation of “lP” spuds

Apply masking tape at the end of a 7 mm nut driver to
help hold the gas orifice spud in the nut driver while
changing it. Press nut driver down onto the gas orifice
spud and remove by turning it counterclockwise and
lifting out, set gas orifice spud aside.
Gas orifice spuds are stamped with a number on the side.
Replace the LP gas orifice spud with the correct Natural
gas orifice spud.
Refer to the following chart for the correct Natural gas
orifice spud placement.

conversion of regulator to “lP”

on models 1865, 1870 & 1875

Disconnect Power the range
on page 16.
service stay on each side to hold the top up.
the regulator.
reverse it, then snap it back into the cap. Replace cap
into body of regulator and tighten, making sure not to
disturb the regulator spring.
Figure 13 Nat. Gas LP Gas

a. Pressure regulator:

The pressure regulator is located behind the base skirt
at the back of the range. For best access to the regulator
after range has been moved into place, remove base skirt.
Unscrew the metal nut on regulator behind the plastic cap
with a wrench or vicegrip. Reinstall the plastic cap onto
the threaded end of the metal nut marked LP.
Rethread the nut into regulator making sure nut does not
crossthread. Do not over tighten.