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Re: GE XL44 range
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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Hello. One question has your range burner jets been changed to LP (liquid
propane). If you are using natural gas jets for the burners and ovens this make
the heat and flam fluctuate in temperature and the same for the oven. Natural
gas jets are larger. One more thing here! There is a control valve spring with
cap in the stove gas regulator that has to be taken out and turn around.
Search the operation manual on how to changes jets from natural gas to LP. In
back of the stove behind one of the panels is a small cloth bag contain these LP
jest and also there should be set of instruction in a bunch of languages.
If you are going to do this yourself--- DIY. Read those instruction ever
carefully. There a bass ball valve that hook to the gas line before the flex
stainless line behind you stove. Turn the nob to where it perpendicular to the
gas line. Open the windows in the house and turn off all electric equipment such
as, fans, toasters, don't be clicking the light switches off and on. Just
a precaution for you and your family safety.
Check with your city zoning ordnance about home owner changing their gas jets
in the range. Some cities and states won't allow you to due this. Then you will
need a technician to preform this operation. I wish you and family well being
and you safety first... GB you...stewbison
The broiler is the top element in the oven. Look at it. Bad ones sometimes have burnt into or have a melted spot. If it looks ok take it out by removing the screws at the back and pull the wires out a little and unplug the element. With an ohm meter it should show continuity. Replace it if any of these things apply.