9. To Convert Torch Burner
Remove the spring that is shown in the following
Use 7.0 mm wrench to loosen and remove the inner
orifice spud (A) and the outer orifice spud (B).
Set gas orifice spuds aside.
Replace with correct LP gas orifice spud. See the LP gas
orifice spud charts.
Return the spring to its original location.
A. Inner orifice spud
B. Outer orifice spud
IMPORTANT: Place Natural gas orifice spuds in plastic parts
bag for future use and keep with package containing
10. Replace sheet of insulation.
11. Replace burner bases and burner caps.
The igniter electrode is ceramic and could break during
conversion. Be sure that the electrode comes through the
hole in the burner smoothly while you are replacing the burner
A. Burner cap
C. Burner base
12. Open shutoff valve in the gas supply line. The valve is open
when the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
13. Plug in cooktop or reconnect power.
REMEMBER: Once you have completed converting all of the
cooktop burners, test the cooktop for leaks by brushing on
an approved noncorrosive leak-detection solution. If bubbles
appear, a leak is indicated. Correct any leaks found.
14. To adjust single and dual valves, see the "Flame Height
Convert from LP Gas to Natural Gas
1. Turn manual shutoff valve to the closed position.
A. To cooktop
B. Shutoff valve (closed position)
C.Gas supply line
2. Unplug cooktop or disconnect power.
To Convert Gas Pressure Regulator
A. Access cap
B. Rear of cooktop
C. Gas pressure regulator
D. Gas flow
3. Determine the type of regulator you have:
Style 1: The cap has a slot and "LP" printed on it.
Remove access cap by using a flat-blade screwdriver or coin,
turning the access cap counterclockwise.
The gas pressure regulator has 2 settings that are stamped
on either side of the cap. Turn the cap and reinstall into
regulator with the stamp "NAT" visible from the outside of the
Style 2: The cap does not have a slot and requires a wrench
to be removed.
Remove the access cap by using a wrench, turning the
access cap counterclockwise.