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Bypass valve adjustment on thermadore sgsx365cb/01

I have adjusted the two right hand burners and the middle wok burner successfully, and cut a little hole in plastic that is protecting the adjustment screw so that I can get to it. But just to make sure I tested the other burners to see if they lit properly, which they did. So I tested the left two burners without any adjustment, and they seem to be fine! Is this something to do with the x-lo simmer feature, or should I adjust them any way. The flame doesn't have yellow tips, is this the only criteria for proper adjustment?

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Hi

The citeria for the proper adjustment is met, look at this link for the criteria--

Burner flame criteria

Also check that pilot is not too high or too low. You can adjust the pilot by looking at this link--

Pilot adjustment


Please do accept this solution and revert for further assistance.

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Rylee

Posted on May 26, 2009

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