Question about Kitchen Ranges
There is usually a "shutter door" adjustment at the end of the burner to control the amount of air that is mixed with the gas. If you just did a conversion the air fuel mixture likely needs adjustment. You want a blue flame with faint yellow tips or optimal adjustment. Too little air causes soot and too much air is noisy and wastes fuel. Remove the burner (as for cleaning) and open the shutter door on it, replace, and retry until the correct burn is achieved. I don't have direct answer for the Kenmore. Did you try using the model number in Google or Ask? If you don't get a hit the call Sears Service and request a manual.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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