Question about Rangemaster 110 (Dual Fuel) Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
My 10 year old Rangmaster natural gas 110 grill performance has deteriorated over several weeks although it will still ignite, as it becomes hotter it also becomes increasingly noisy (popping/spluttering), eventually making a loud popping noise before extinguishes itself altogether. Have noted this problem (Rangemaster 110 grill flame) was raised by (bvincent1) and answered (as2871910) and given a fix status, unfortunately of the two solutions offered no indication as to which one proved to be the answer was given. I have however carried out the test suggested for possible problem with the regulator and only a very small reduction flame size was noted (should there be none at all ?). Too much air would seem to fit the symptoms better and would greatly appreciate more detail on how to achieve the reduction suggested .
Your burners are not burning good because they need to be cleaned and the loud popping noise is the gas burning in the ventury until it burns it self out its a very common thing
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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