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How can I adjust the top burner flame on my Jennaire dual fuel?

I have a very low flame on 3 of 4 burners. Is there a procedure to adjust the flame on the Jennaire Wolf Creek 30" dual fuel top burners??

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  • fadiasad2 Mar 08, 2009

    I have the same exact range and the same problem and cannot figure out how to adjust the flame on these burners I even took the top of the range looking for a screw to adjust the gas but there was none, mine even goes out when you turn the knob to low, I would appreciate any help.

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SOURCE: Burner Problem

it appears that the air intake intake is incorrectly set or you have the incorrect gas jets fitted to the product. Regards Engineer

Posted on Jul 28, 2007

catriver
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SOURCE: Igniters won't stop poppong

Sing, sounds like you got one of your burner valve switches wet and it's grounding out. Try taking a hair dryer, pull of the burner knobs and going lightly over the control valves. The switches are mounted to these valves. It just may need to be dried out. If this doesn't work, one of the switches shorted out. Catriver..post back.

Posted on Sep 11, 2006

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: Burner controls

if you remove the knobs from the unit nad look closely doen the shaft of the protruding valve stem you should be able to see a slot for a regular screwdriver to fit down, its gonna have to be long adn thin but that is the flame adjustment screw,
put the flame down to low and use a pair of pliers to hold the valve stem from turning as you try to adjust the screw, turn it very slowly you seel an adjustment happen (dont really know if its counter clockwise or clockwise, but youll figure it out playin gwith it for a bit, just remember to hold the shaft from turnig, and although your turninf the valve down to simmer it does not afffect the high setting

Posted on Apr 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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