Question about Kitchen Ranges
Chanciec sounds like the unit isn't set for the proper fuel. Usually see this when natural gas unit is set for propane. See if the installation directions show converting the gas and adjusting the burners. You are running with too much fuel and not enough air. Since You haven't said what brand or type of range, if sealed burner, the venturnes in the center of the burners are what sets the air adjustment. Hope this at least tells you why this is happening.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
I have a stanley superstar range and the problem is that there is like a black tar on the range, how do i clean this
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Replace the burner head/s. You'll notice that they are warped with age and are burning un-evenly with white flame tips. That will take care of the soot probllem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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