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I have a gas cooking range and have attached it to a cylinder. The flame is yellow color and very huge. What should i do.

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One possibility is that it has its jets set for natural gas instead of propane. Some are adjustable, some must be changed out. If you tell us the make and model, we can help you more.
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I have a maytag super capacity plus stove and need to adjust the air mix for the burners. How to do it? Please help thanks


Open the top of the range. I believe there are a couple of spring clips in the front between the range top and the top of the door. Not sure on the Maytag. However, when you get the lid up, (it should be hinged at the back), set the burner pieces back on. (These burner pieces HAVE to be there or you'll just have a blowtorch pointing up!) You'll see that going to every burner there is a tube to carry the gas. on the side of every tube there will be an adjustable, sliding air vent. They are usually held in position by a set screw. Loosen the set screw. Light the burner and carefully slide the vent closed or open to adjust how much air is being brought into the mix. If the flame is way too high and or orange in color....you have too much air. You want as much flame as possible on high without the flame being orange or white-ish. Once you get the flame the way you like it, tighten the set screw back. Hope this helps.

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I need the specs (size, height, width etc) for the GE Spacemaker XL Model#JVM1631WB 004


Specs are:


Capacity

Oven Capacity (cu. ft.): 1.6

Features

Wattage (IEC-705 Test Procedure): 1000

Cooking System: CircuWave™ Plus

Power Levels: 10

Style: Over-The-Range

Clock: Plus AM/PM pad

Electronic Scrolling Digital Display: Yes

Electronic Touch Controls: Yes

Kitchen Timer/Timer (On/Off): No/Yes

Variable Scroll Speed: 5 speeds (sub-pad w/ AM/PM)

SmartControl System - Concurrent Programming: Yes

SmartControl System - Help Pad: Yes

Beverage (Convenience): Yes

Cook (Convenience): 9 Codes

Popcorn (Convenience): Yes

Reheat (Convenience): 6 codes

Add 30 Seconds: Instant-On

Child Lock: Yes

Cooking Complete Reminder: Yes

Defrost Type: Auto & Time

Delay Start: Yes

Display On/Off: sub-pad w/ zero

Express Cook: Instant-on 1-6

Reminder (24 hr): Yes

Time Cook: I & II

Time Preference: Control Enhancement (1/9)

Turntable: Glass

Turntable On/Off: Yes

Turntable Size (in.): 13-1/2

Cooktop Lighting: Bright/Night/Off

Night Light: Auto

Rack Type: Wire Oven Rack

Sound Volume Control: 4 levels

Easy Mount Installation: Yes

Exhaust Fan: 2-Speed

Appearance

Case Color: Black

Color Appearance: Stainless Steel

Door Color: Black/Stainless Steel

Handle: Designer-Style

Weight And Dimensions

Approximate Shipping Weight: 63 lb

Overall Depth: 15 5/8"

Overall Height: 16 3/16"

Overall Width: 29 7/8"

Cavity (W x H x D): 20 31/32" x 9 3/8" x 14 3/16"

Power/Ratings

Electrical Input - 120V Amperage: 15

Electrical Input - 120V Watts: 1480

Frequency (MHz): 2450

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Do you know what the average electric cooktop lifespan is? We have a Kenmore that is 9 years old and working fine. However, we are in the midst of a renovation and are wondering if it wouldn't be wise to...


The life span of the range depends on it's use or abuse.... Common issues are burners and the connections that the burner plugs into. These are not hard to change out.... There is nothing that can make the stove useless, if you keep after it. Newer units do a better job of retaining the heat within the unit, oven wise....Which is nice.

A gas range is certainly nicer, so they say. It is faster, but has one odd issue: if you boil water over, you can put out the flame and have raw gas running in. Most work this way, expensive units have thermal sensors that would turn off the gas flow in flame out condition....

My wife loves her gas range....

Mar 08, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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All 5 burners are burning orange-yellow flames.


According to this thread:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r23696179-Gas-stove-orange-flame
It sounds like it is impurities in your (or more likely your suppliers) gas line. If it goes away but reoccurs semi regularly, then I would guess this is what it is.
If it is happening all the time, or you are concerned about it, call your gas company and ask them about it. I am sure they havve heard of the problem before.
Good Luck!

Mar 03, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Hi, got old Eurolec Gas oven/hob. Hob lights up fine. Was cooking in oven all morning, no probs. Tried to light oven for evening meal & gas will not stay lit, goes out once ignitor & temp' dial...


Hi, your thermocouple is faulty, it is the little probe like thingy that sticks up into the pilot flame. It is there for safety purposes, detects flame and holds a valve open magnetically to allow the gas to pass through. Try giving it a clean with a scourer, sometimes works, or your pilot flame is not big enough, could be low on gas or unit needs a service Kristian KJ Tech

Sep 15, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have an Old Sears general Electic gas range and oven. It is used often and on for hours a day. Lately there has been less of a gas flow not allowing the oven to regulate proper temp. Is there a way to...


You should try cleaning the orifice first. Actually before you do that, if you can see the flames on the oven this simple check will determine a cleaning. Turn oven on and look at the flame, if you have propane it should be light blue at the base a little darker blue in the middle and have a little orange tip. If you have natural gas it should be almost all blue with maybe a slight tint of yellow in the center of the flame. If the flame looks like it is almost all orange. It needs to be cleaned. I can assist with the cleaning also, but confirm with this test first. Please rate answer accordingly!! Thank you

Sep 15, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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When one of the gas hobs is on ,it does not burn with a blue flame but a more yellow one .also black soot forms under the burner plate.it is on lpg


Have to adjust the piolot lights for the amount of gas coming out. U have too much gas coming out(yellow flame). On older gas ranges, there was a small screw between the piolot light & burners that had to be adjusted. (if this is a older model) have to turn the screw just a little at a time, till ur flame returns to blue on ur burners. Hope this helps.

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Ge jvm1540dm2ww over the range unit: have a gas range and the fan on the above mounted microwave once in awhile turns on automatically while something is cooking on the range below it....


The heat sensor in the electronics panel senses the rise in heat from the stove below. Once the amount of heat reaches a certain level, the cooling fan turns on to keep the electronics inside the microwave cooled.

I wouldn't worry about it. mine does the same thing.

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