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Propane range

Question for y'all. I am thinking of having a new range put in my new house. The house currently has propane heat and it should be easy to hook a propane line to where the range is.

Does anybody know if a gas range works for natural gas and for propane or are there different types? The Lowe's website doesn't say what type of gas the ranges are for...

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Re: Propane range

Different types.
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FWIW, most grills around here that I've seen are propane.
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Re: Propane range

When I read the title I was looking forward to you launching something.
How far will the cylinder go if...............
What will happen if....................
If I use propane what will the results be if..........

I'm dissapointed.


Just get a ceramic top stove. My wife and I love ours. In fact, we are on #2, she decided to change decor. Crazy woman.
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Re: Propane range

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FWIW, most grills around here that I've seen are propane.
He's talking about the range in his kitchen not a grill.
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Re: Propane range

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Just get a ceramic top stove. My wife and I love ours. In fact, we are on #2, she decided to change decor. Crazy woman.
If she can change the stove, you can buy a new motorcycle.

And then there's this asshole...
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He's talking about the range in his kitchen not a grill.
You Big Dumbass!
Same thing. Just different.
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Re: Propane range

*sigh* ok different... does that mean I have to buy the thing from a propane store? Am I going to have Hank selling me propane and propane accesssories???

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Might be his brother Hans. I think Hank is on vacation this month.
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Man - still no explosives.
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Cool, thanks...

So do "gas" ranges then come with both jets and you just install them before hooking it up? I was just in too much of a hurry to ask the Lowes guy yesterday.

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Re: Propane range

Wow... found this too...
http://people.howstuffworks.com/stinger.htm

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Re: Propane range

A friend of mine can help you, his name is Hank Hill. He lives down in Tx. Look him up, hes really good at what he does.

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Re: Propane range

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A friend of mine can help you, his name is Hank Hill. He lives down in Tx. Look him up, hes really good at what he does.
Um, that has already been covered in this thread.
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