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Model # FGF337ECD i was using one top burner sunday and my carbon menoxide alarm went off. after the fourth time i had the fire dept. and gas company show up. they pinpointed the stove as the culprit. is it a bad unit? can it be fixed? what do i do? thanks

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It 's very easy to fix, the oxygen vents need to be open on that burner, they are located as the burner meets the valve that supplies gas to it.

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