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Topic # 242619 5-Nov-2018 22:06
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Brought this back from the UK, gasfitter is talking to F&P to check safety. Interested in your thoghts. Here is ours:

https://www.fisherpaykel.com/download/installation-manuals/Kitchen/Cook/Freestanding%20Cookers/590604D-uk-gb-ie-OR90L7-double-oven-install-user-guide.pdf

Here is the closest NZ equivalent:

https://www.fisherpaykel.com/download/installation-manuals/Kitchen/Cook/Freestanding%20Cookers/591516A-nz-au-freestanding-range-OR90-Dual-Fuel-install-guide.pdf

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  Reply # 2124571 13-Nov-2018 08:18
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Bump @aRedwood wondering what you think - is NG rather than LPG - is jetted for an inlet pressure of 20mbar.

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  Reply # 2124573 13-Nov-2018 08:20
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Will you be using it on Natural gas or LPG?





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2124624 13-Nov-2018 10:06
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NAtural Gas

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