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I can't get a low flame on my lpg hob. The flame isn't outrageously huge so I think the hob is converted for lpg. But I can never get anything on a simmer, even with simmer mats over the flames. Everything is on at least a rapid boil and things get burnt. Very frustrating.

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If you remove control knobs you should find a hole where screwdriver can be inserted to adjust the flame failing this ensure correct injectors were installed when converted to lpg

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