Question about Maytag MGC6536 Gas Cooktop
I Just installed a new Maytag 36" gas cooktop. Required changeover to LP. Installation manual states that high output burner requires .097 orifice. Kit only had a .114 orifice, so I installed it. It took forever to bring a pot of water to a boil. Can I adjust air flow for larger orifice?
No adjustments. You will need the correct orifices. Contact maytag to get the correct ones. They should send them to you for free.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
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