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Amana cooktop One element is flaming yellow and burning black on pot. How do I adjust the flame control.

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Hello dishmama1, is this a sealed burner cooktop? If so then remove the cap and make sure all the holes are clean. Restricted burner holes can cause and issue with the flame. Also with it off make sure the area where it sits is clean and the cap sits flat. Hope this helps

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