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Adjusting main burner flame

How do i adjust the shape and size of my burner flame when there is no air collars to raise and lower? my 35c+ orifice spud only has a nat orifice tip..

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Goto the gas valve,you will see 2 slotted silver caps 1 small 1 big.unscrew the big cap then youll see a white plastic screw.turn this screw counterclockwise to increase the gas pressure,clockwise decreases pressure.nat. gas pressure should be 3.5 inches of water colum

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