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I have a new LG gas range and I'm very disappointed in the burners uneven flame distribution. It makes slow simmering without stirring difficullt. The repair tech told us that, that's the way they're designed now. This doesn't make sense. Is there a gas range available that I can count on to have even flame distribution? Thank you, Pam

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  • Pam Zerega Apr 06, 2011

    Hello Kevin,
    I'm not looking for a stove with burners all the same size. It doesn't matter the size of the burners, I'm looking for gas burners that when turned on have even flame distribution. If you cook you would understand the frustration in using burners with uneven flame distribution.

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You can select the range that has burners of all same size, I believe Frigidaire Ranges are much better then any other. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Kevin

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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    Kevin White Apr 07, 2011

    You can buy Frigidaire burners...

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