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FYI: The local propane company requires that I maintain a 12" vertical separation with my electric line, so it must dip to 32"+, supplying 12" of separation under the crossing LPG pipe; in No. Calif.
Here's a reference to a document published by Puget Sound Energy regarding minimum separation (both horizontal and vertical) for gas and electrical service, so you can cross them. In general it looks like at least 6" vertical separation with conduit, or 12" if the electrical is direct-bury. I'd check local code. ...
One thing that you may need to take care of is the conversion of the gas orifices. If the range top that you purchased was setup for natural gas usage you would have to change the orifices for propane usage.
The specs for the range will list the minimum pressure required, likely with verbiage along the lines of "Minimum Xinch water column" or "Minimum X psi". All gas appliances have a minimum requirement, and while it will vary between units, its not something that only applies to new ranges.
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