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When the oven is on , is it normal for the top burners to burn really low

The oven bake is on , and when turning on the top burner, the flame is really low when it is on hi , just wondering if the regulater is malfunctioning , or is this normal

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SOURCE: changed from natural gas to propane when new oven flames up the side top burners ok

Just bought a Kenmore and did this conversion myself. You do not change the oven nozzle (jets) but have to wrench it down with a 1/2" wrench as per instructions. After I did this the falme was high as you described. I wrenched it down further and adjusted the air shuttle and it was fine. The brioler is done the same. The wrench adjustment is tight so be aware.

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SOURCE: gas stove top burners

Make sure nothing is blocking burner tubes and burner tops. All holes need to be free and clear. If that dont work replace your inlet valve were your gas lin goes in.

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SOURCE: Brand new gas range

i would look into the valve/regulater at which you connected the gas line, off to the side or somewhere on the regulater itself there should be a shut off for the oven control, simply flick to open positon and you should start right up. it would shut off gas to oven but allow burners to light.

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SOURCE: OVEN FLAME TOO HIGH

HI, To adjust the size of the flame, turn the orfice clockwise to make it smaller. you can also try and adjust the air shuttle on the burner.
Are you trying to change from natural to LP?
Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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Vic

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SOURCE: LP gas conversion oven flame to big

I did all this and the flames are still huge inside the oven...

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