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Diplomat gas hob, minimum burner setting on all burners to high causing food to burn. Can you adjust flame?

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  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    Same proble here, there must be adjustmant but I can't find it. I'll keep looking

  • teflo Mar 07, 2009

    All the burners on my Diplomat LPG gas hob are too fierce.How and where can I adjust the gas pressure?(Model ADP1140)

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Buffalo12980
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SOURCE: burner flame adjustment

there are two considerations for burner height. 1) the gas adjustment screw on the knob and 2) the gas-air mixture to the burner. establish a flame and adjust the screw for a standing flame at the burner. adjust the gas-air ratio orifice so that the flame has no yellow tips.

Posted on Aug 30, 2007

bigg t
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SOURCE: burners with yellow tipped flames

are you using propane or natural gas?if propane you need to clean the burner real good.propane burns very dirty and the soot clogs the burner.if natural gas is used look on the end of the burner,youll see an air shutter all you do is turn the shutter to increase or decrease the air flow.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Propane gas flame too high

if it set up for propane or natural gas need to make sure if for propane you need to change the orifice in the cook top, it is shipped for natural gas call the store and they can order the kit

Posted on May 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Flame burns too high t0 simmer

Check youe installation manual, or downlowd one from the Amana website. Page 9, Low Flame Adjustment (for propane) or page 10, Reset the Valves for Natural Gas, explain how to adjust the flame height. It is easy, just be certain not to get carried away with how hard you crank on the screws: all hold small pieces in place or are for adjustment, not holding major structure together.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

Maytag317
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SOURCE: flame to high

Hi, To lower the size of the flame, turn the orfice on top of the gas valve in the oven. You will need a 1/2" wrench and need to turn the orfice clockwise to lower the flame.
please let me know if this helps or if I can assist you further.

Vic

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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