We have a 3 year old 30" Frigidaire gas range that we would like to use
in the house we just bought, but unfortunately the house is not hooked
up with a nat. gas line. We have looked into getting one installed but
it is very expensive as we have to have the line dug to the house,
connected inside, etc.
Is it possible to have a tank of some kind installed under the porch
that we could have filled from time to time? Or could we use just a
regular propane tank and if so, what type of special connectors would
It may be possible. Two things have to be done. The stove itself must be
converted from natural gas to LP gas. There is usually a kit available with
the new orifices to be installed. If you are handy you can do it, but a
service tech will do in it under an hour.
the tank can be put on your property but it has to comply with regulations.
Under the porch does not sound like an acceptable place. It must be fairly
open, not near a door or window. then the gas line has to be run to the
Call a local propane dealer and they can give you some cost ideas.
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