One of our burners has a very low flame even when turned on high. The other burners work fine. This particular burner won't even light on it's own, we have to use a lighter and then the flame is very low--sounds like it's not getting enough gas, but not sure how to remedy this.
I had a similar problem. On top of the burners is an enamel cap, attached to an aluminum part by a bolt. My bolt came off and fell into the natural gas piping. pull off your cap and see if it's missing it's bolt, and look into the pipe and see if you have an obstruction.
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Due this test, turn on all burners on high, as you turn them on, does the problem burner change in volume or size of flame? If all burners are on and you only have issues with that single burner you need to replace that burner valve only. If you have issues with all burners when the all are on, replace the regulator.
I hope this helps and leads you in the right direction.
Has this just recently happened? Check the knobs aren't cracked sometimes the brass spindle inside the knob is not gripping to turn it right down, also check your l p gas pressure it should be 2.75 kpa.
if the flames are big and yellow it's getting too much gas, not enough air.
Make sure there is no blockage of the burner near where the spark jumps. All it takes is a drop of water to stop the gas flow near the spark. Most likely you can use a knife or some other thin blade to clear the slots where the flame comes out of the burner.
What other appliances work on gas? The furnace? The water heater? A gas dryer? How much propane is in the tank? I wonder how the cooktop would work on a seperate tank? If it worked perfect on another tank I would say you have a plumbing problem.
either the gas valve for that particular burner isnt opening,or if all burners are like this then the dual valve that feeds the broiler and stovetop has a bad stove top side of valve portion its underneath the oven cavity behind the lower pan drawer
try to use macth in the burner u said,if ok the flame,the problem is the igniter wire,nid to replace,but if u use the macth then the flame is malfunction again i think the sensor is the problem,nid the tecnician coz is hard to repair,sometime after repair the sensor it problem again in next day
gud day,remove the burner base & plate to see the injector (gold color) remove it by using soccet wrench diff.size for diif.brand (common is 7mm) remove it carefuly then u see the small hole very small,clan the hole by using niddle or anyting u want to clean,b4 u back the injector, clean the place wer the injector position by using a vaccium.clean it all if u want but carefuly.unplug & turn of the gas. tnx gerbee gomez