I got a new gas stove. I will use an LPG tank as the source for gas. The stove's user manual specifies to use gas at a pressure of 37mbar, and that "the company isn't responsible for any difference in performance or any risk if it is used at a different value". It also warns not to use it at a pressure greater than 45mbar in any circumstance and that a pressure regulator should be used in that case. I can't find any gas regulators that output a 37mbar pressure. Is it ok if I use it with 28mbar, 29mbar or 30mbar for example? These are the only ones I could find in my country. Are there any risks to do so?
Is your gas stove set up for using LPG? If it was used in a home with "Natural Gas" piped in, that is very different from LPG and requires different burners, orifices etc. They are not interchangeable.