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Kenmore 32099 Cooktop burners regulation

Hi I just bought this cooktop, but the flame come up to high and strong, I wish I could diminish the flame but I don't know how can somebody help me out? Thnx

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When the cooktop was new it was built for NATURAL gas. Make sure FIRST that it has been converted to L/P (PROPANE GAS). Then on some models you can adjust flame height by removing the knobs from the stem and taking a very small blade screwdriver and while holding the stem in the LOWEST setting adjust accordingly to your desired height.

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Remove the burners and adjust the air ration with the slide at the bottom of the burner tube

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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