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I have a Garland gas stove built around 1920. I need someone to tell me how to adjust the burners.

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Hi there. When you say "adjust the burners", I am going to guess how to adjust the air setting? or are you looking for some other correction, problem fix, etc..

If you simply need to clean/adjust the air shutters, the easiest way to do this is, take the top grates off, now you should see your pilots, and the burner itself. You will lift the big end that is the burner, and carefully remove it off of the orifice on the valve you use to turn the burner on/off with. On the end that was over the orifice there will be a shutter that can get closed, clogged with dust, and affects the burner. set it about half way open, clean the dust out of it, and reassemble, that's it. If you are wanting something more, please comment. Thank you.

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