Question about GE Spectra JGBP35 Gas Kitchen Range
It sounds like your fuel, and air mixture adjustment has moved which wouldn't take much if the lock screw came loose.The adjustment barrel would be located on the tubing that feeds the fuel to the burner, and there should be a phillips head screw to lock it in place,the adjuster will spin in both directions but you may need to bump it lightly with a slotted screwdriver. I will say that you should have a perfectly blue flame on any gas range,since your getting a soot type residue on your pans that leads me to beleive that your not getting enough air mixed in with the fuel.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
You need to open the air vents, this are located where the burner mets the valve that supplies gas to it. they are part of the burners.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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