Dacor High Altitude Range
My first post here, you guys offer a lot of great advice so I'm hoping you can help me.
I've been researching the various 30" dual fuel ranges from the high end manufacturers (Dacor, Viking, Thermador, Wolf, etc). I found an almost too good to be true deal on a Dacor Discovery 30" range (http://www.dacor.com/Our-Products/Ranges/Discovery-30-Inch-Dual-Fuel-Range.aspx), the catch...it's a high altitude model.
I live at 1600 feet elevation, while the specs recommend installation above 4000 feet. I wouldn't ask if the deal wasn't as good as it is. How much of a difference is there between the regular/high altitude models? From what I've read the holes are smaller in the high altitude which I could imagine would cause the burners to flame out on a low setting.
Any other concerns or input from the community?
Thanks for you help in advance!