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Tyler White Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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Burner Problem I have a gas stove top. Ever since it was installed, all burners behave the same way. Instead of having a smooth flame height from high heat to low heat, the burners go from high to low to medium to low as I turn the knobs from high to low. And when they're in a certain range, the flame height is very insensitive to knob control. Anybody have any idea of a possible cause?

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It appears that the air intake intake is incorrectly set or you have the incorrect gas jets fitted to the product. Regards Engineer

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