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 Posted: Sun May 2nd, 2010 03:27 am
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We installed a lp conversion kit for the range top and the heat coming out of it is so low. The flame height is normal looking, but it takes forever to heat anything up. I don't know what manifold pressure means and don't know what I should check. Any feedback would be awesom!

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Did you flip the disc in the regulator ?



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I lost this link and just found it. I hope you're still there. My husband doesn't remember if he flipped it, is there a way to tell??

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We looked at the regulator that we have installed, it is a Maxtrol, RB47NCLFPSig, Natural 5., LP 10.

Does any of that mean anything to you?? I am wondering if we have the right regulator or if there is something we need to do.

Thank you for any help! This has been frustrating to live with and I seem to forget to address it each time I'm reminded of it not working right.

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