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I have a Belling Richmond dual fuel cooker (electric & LPG) and can't simmer anything on the burners because the flame is too high even at the lowest setting

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Most gas ranges and cooktops are set for natural gas at the factory. If the flames are too high this could be an indication the range or cooktop was improperly converted from a natural gas setting to LP, (Liquid Propane) gas setting. Contact your installer or local Gas Company to correctly convert the range or cooktop.

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