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it sounds to me that u need to reduce pressure although u say pressure is correct try reducing pressure and see what happens i presume u use bottle gas L P G?............in any case the flame shud not ever lift of burner and flame doesn't need to touch pan to cook hope this helps
Which model do you have? Sound s light your unit re-ignites if flame goes out, if so, I would clean the burner. This means with a old toothbrush remove everything baked or burnt on. Assure your small orifice with in the burner is clean and you can see the port (hole in the center). Most of the time I have found clogged burners, or the burner cap (selected models) were installed incorrectly to cause this issue. Give that a shot and get back to me if you have more to add or just more questions.
Make sure the area of the burner base around the spark electrode is clean (use a fine sand paper). The little hole for the gas is open (use a paper clip). You won’t see a flame unless the burner head is on. If this doesn’t help, check the bottom of the spark electrode visually. Make sure the wire is attached to the electrode and is not loose (pull it a little bit.) If the wire or the electrode is damaged, replace it ($25). If not, locate the spark module and switch the connection with another one (they are different colors). If you get flame on the same burner, but not on the other one, replace the spark module ($60). When you work with electrical components, turn the breaker off. When you test, turn it on. Good luck.
i haven't worked on one of these models hands on but on most you can pull the burner **** and look inside you should see a tiny ***** in there hold the outer piece with a pair of pliers and take a tiny screwdriver and after turning the burner on turn the ***** to adjust the flame just enough so the suction doesn't blow the flame out on the lowest setting
lhs burner - problem is probably thermo-couple. this is a safety device which prevents gas escape if flame blows out.
rhs burner - you do not say if it can be lit by a match. if so then it is a problem with the electrode or the wire to it chaffed thro. if can't be lit by a match, then a problem with the gas valve which is unusual
not a diy fix unless you are experienced