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GE Lp range. Front (right) large burner lights, but flame is too high from 6 to 9 o'clock and hardly any flame from 9 to 6 o'clock. If I put it on low the flame goes out completely. I have checked and cleaned all parts and it didn't solve the problem.
The front( left) burner lights but only if cooled off. I have to relight with match if burner is hot.
The back burners work just fine. No problems with oven.

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have you tighen it down until it wont turn anymore this needs to be done on a LP gas model going from Natual gas

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The conversion was not done correctly.
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SOURCE: I have a new ge range. When I turn on the left

mvek,
If you could see through the glass, you'd see "temperature sensors" located near the elements. They're very sensitive little guys, and rightly so! Their job is to detect temps and energize the warning light on the cooktop so users won't get burned.

To answer your question... It appears that there is an issue with the front left sensor (and possibly the right as well). The temp warning lamps should NEVER go off immediately. Please call for warranty repair (1-800-GE-CARES). This is an unsafe condition for you and your Family. The warning indicators are there for a reason and should indicate high temp's as long as high temp's are present.

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