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Kitchenaid 30'' low flame output

Kitchenaid 30'' glass cooktop. Flames are lower then normal when set to high. How to adjust or fix?

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It's wasn't the perfect solution but I removed all the burner caps and cleaned each one with a tooth brush. Then using a metal trussing pin, I poked through the flame holes to clean them. Noticed better flame output from both.

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