Question about GE 30 in. JGP336 Gas Cooktop
Hi I converted our nat gas GE JGBP32WEJ1WW over to LP.
The top burners adjusted out fine but the oven and broiler are way to high even after truning the hex nut regulator pin. I adjuste the air all the way open and we still get too much flames and fumes.
How can we adjust the regulator down a little?
I looked for a small screw by the spring but couldn't see anything.
You must close the gas valve orifice. There is a gas valve (silver or grey colored rectangular shaped piece which feeds the burner(s)) that has a brass or gold-colored hex nut. This nut (1/2 inch) needs to be tighten down clockwise to the stop point. This will regulate the flame.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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