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Viking gas burners are too hot

Can I lower the heat setting on my Viking gas range? My low is too hot.

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Yes you can but Im not qualified to tell you properly. Our gas guy came over with a long bladed slot screwdriver and lowered ours. IT CAN BE DONE!

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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