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GE XL44 range

I am running propane (8 years). My oven lights properly, but has a "jet engine" type of noise and stinks like burnt propane. I can probabaly fix or replace something - but where do I start?

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  • Carl Schulzetenberg
    Carl Schulzetenberg May 11, 2010

    Are the top burners working fine?

    Has this been since new?

    Also, please list model number.

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That means that the flame is lighting at the orifice. that's where the burner sits on, pull out the broiler drawer, and stand back, turnd on the oven and take a look at that part of the orifice. you can pull down the pilot a bit lower, it can not be touching the holes of the burner, not that close, and it needs to be lower then the burner, that will stop the problem.

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