Question about GE JGSP23 Gas Kitchen Range
We purchased a new GE range in 2003, converted to propane, and installed it in 2004. The burners do not turn down adequately, causing significant cooking difficulty. For example, when making pancakes I must turn off the burners between batches to let the griddle cool. Is our burner turndown problem a standard problem with gas-to-propane conversions? and is there anything we can do to correct this problem? Thanks for your help.
Well really i hope your burners are worn out,thats the reason why it is not syncronised and obviously cannot control the propane flow adquately..Check with it,if its worn out then try to replace them!!...Thank you
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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