Question about Jenn-Air JGR8855BDS Gas Kitchen Range
Is there any regulator adjustment or orface replacement necessary for this process. I was told all that was necessary was tighten down the burner nozzles by a home depot sales person but there was no reference in the manual to this process.
Thanks, Karl the cabinetmaker
Propane is higher pressure than natural gas, there should be some orifices on the stove for the top burners, some have them near the top in a metal clip, some have them in a lower location, usually you can see them from the back of the stove. the oven and broiler may only need "tightened down", and the air blend will probably need adjusting for "flame color", you don't want yellow flame tips, good luck!
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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