Nothing like not reading the OP carefully
- The stove is a CNG (compressed natural gas) unit which is a whole 'nuther animal from Propane (LPG) and its cousin Butane. Conversion is of CNG to LPG is a major rework of the stove/oven which involves changing just about everything except the sheet metal. Better to look for a used LPG Force 10.
- - CNG was touted as a much safer fuel
for boats because it is lighter than air and rises versus LPG/Butane that is heavier than air and can accumulate in the bilges. But CNG in boats never caught on in the mainstream of boating galley equipment
. Most probably because it is extremely difficult to find anyplace to refill the cylinders. Worldwide it is next to impossible. Even Propane and Butane have very regional problems with access to refills. But since they are close enough to be used with the same equipment
in the LPG stove/oven access to refills is not a major hassle.