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Bruners not level, seem to be warped

Do I have to buy new ones?

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  • Mary Jacobson Jan 17, 2013

    I read somewhere else on the internet that folks have just used aluminum foil "shim" to even the burners. This seems to be a good solution, although it is not very "elegant" looking. By the way the range itself is level.


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Most burners on range tops have tabs on the bottom of them. Make sure the tabs line up and go into the drip trays that are under the burner.If you can't seem to get them level, try swapping them around, one by one to find the correct one.

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