Turn off the gas supply to the stove if there is an existing connection. Disconnect the gas supply from the stove using an adjustable wrench. Remove the grates from the burners on the stove and set them aside.
Remove the existing orifice from each burner using a nut driver. Place a small piece of the paper towel on the opening of the nut driver. Place each new orifice into the nut driver and install them into the burner tubes. The paper towel keeps the orifice from falling out of the nut driver when you install them.
Remove the hex nut from the regulator underneath the range using an adjustable wrench. Remove the plastic pin from inside the regulator and flip it over. Reinstall the hex nut and tighten it with the adjustable wrench just enough to make it snug. Do not over-tighten it.
Adjust the oven orifice by tightening down on the brass fitting using an open-end wrench. Some Tappan models may have separate burners; one for the main oven and a separate one for the broiler. If yours has two, you will need to adjust both of them.
Connect the LP gas line to the stove and tighten the fitting using an adjustable wrench. Turn the gas supply valve on.
Things You Will Need
- LP conversion kit
- Adjustable wrench
- Nut driver set
- Paper towel
- Wrench set
- If you drop an orifice inside the stove when you are installing them, you will need a Torx driver to disassemble the burner to retrieve it.