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Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

Posted by cleanteamofny (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 13, 11 at 10:45

When I brought my GE profile range four years ago, my simmer flame will cut off if set to low. So now I have a little time on my hands and done a little research and came across this and boy did I strike it rich.!!!

Just follow the instructions and start wowing yourselves and a service call is not required! Just get the skinniest flat head screwdriver and a dremel tool to file/grind shaft to fit and adjust all burner screws and be happy like me!

Here is a link that might be useful: How to adjust burners lowest flame by a turn of a screw!


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

That is good info for those with that type of stove and adjustment.
Fortunately our low simmer is excellent already.

I have it on right now as a matter of fact simmering a pot of Sketti sauce for about another 5 hours.
So nice being able to leave a pot simmering for hours without any fear of burning anything.


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

That I do agree and nice burner!
My GE Profile needed this adjustment.


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

Here's my pic....
http://www.flickr.com/photos/13496265@N05/6341857348/in/photostream

Here is a link that might be useful: flame ajustment


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

BTW, what type of range is that?


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

BTW, what type of range is that?
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It is an NXR 30"


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

If I'm in the market for a new range, I will take a good look at that unit!

Thanks for posting!


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RE: Adjusting simmer flame on a gas stove

Wow! Pulling off the handle of my CC shows the same screw-it looks like I can make the same adjustment. Thanks!!
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