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PGS960SEL2SS Range burners each have one flame tip larger than the others.

Russ72

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Fort Worth, Texas
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PGS960SEL2SS
Brand
GE
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Less than 1 year
I have a GE Profile gas double oven range converted to propane. The flames all appear normal, except each burner has one flame that is larger than the rest. I'll attach a picture because it's hard to describe. Is this normal or does it indicate some kind of problem? You can see the larger flame on the right side coming out of the big rectangular opening. The same thing happens on the other burners. Thanks, -Russ

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Dan O.

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Is the burner's spark ignitor near that opening? It might be there to facilitate igniting?


If all the burners are the same, I would think it's normal however, other than the above, I don't know why it would be that way.

Dan O.
 

Russ72

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No, the ignitor is on a different side. The big flame comes from the V-shaped notch opening. Here's a picture with the cap off.

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Dan O.

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Than I don't know the answer. Maybe check with the dealer you purchased it from. They might be more familiar with newer models.

Good luck
 
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