Propane to Natural conversion
I just bought a Frigidaier gas range that's approx 5-6 yrs old. It was set up for propane but I want to change it over to natural. After finding out how much the orifices were I did what an old appliance guy suggested. I figure he would know since he's been in the business since the 1950's. I drilled out the top orifices to 1/16. I forgot to ask him if I need to drill out the oven orifice as well as the broiler orifice (broiler is on top of oven). Well the guy is off for vacation now so I'm stuck without and in need of some direction. It seemed to work drilling out the top burner orifices because the top burners work great now. But, when you turn on the oven, the glow plug gets red hot, and when the gas turns on it has a really high pitch to it and it does not ignite. You can smell it, but it won't ignite. I'm afraid of having the oven fill w/gas and explode when it does ignite, so after just a few seconds I shut the oven down. Anyone have an answer to my prediciment? Thanks.