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Low gas Flame

I have a customer who has a stock pot range, single 18 " burner, with 2 rings, natural gas fired. Unknown brand, the name plate is missing.

When turning on the burners, the pilot goes out. Then the burners do not ignite. If the burners are turned on slowly, the pilot flame is reduced in size. If hte burners do light, the flame is not as high as the same appliance next in line. The flex supply line seems to be clean as does the regulator, the the 3/4 pipe in the appliance, the manual valves and the burner rings themselves. The regulator was replaced a few months ago, with proper part., Any ideas?

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Re: Low gas Flame - Rangemaster 110 (Gas) Kitchen Range Kitchen Ranges

Check the vent plug on the regulator.

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