One burner cannot regulate the flame. It remains very low regardless how much you turn the knob. All other burners are fine.
Answer Hello Johnny,
You will need to replace the gas valve for that burner. Since you didn't mention which burner is experiencing the failure, the burner part numbers are as follows. You will need to order and replace the one for the burner giving you the issue.
Single Valve, B-Burner-AP3727774
Single Valve, C-Burner-AP3773271
Dual Valve, D-Burner-AP3773250
Dual Valve, C-Burner-AP3773266
Do I have to change anythink From LP to NG on this stove ?
Answer Hi Bob. The top burner valves need to be looked at to see the color codes on each of the stem then you will know the proper quantities , and placements for each as they will denote different btu ranges. The red stem mark will be 6k btus and it is part # 9753045. The black stem valve is a 12k btu rating and is part # 9753044. The plain stem is a 14k btu rating and is part # 9753614. Then once these are installed properly , you need to get to the bake and broil orifice's and loosen them up from the bottom out position of 2 -to-2 1/2 turns counterclockwise. This will open them correctly. You will need to adjust the shutters so the flame will not lift or tip. A little of yellow tips are expected if you cannot adjust it out. Then you remove the drawer and rear cover off the front area of the gas valve. Shut off the side flip on/off lever to shut the gas supply off. Remove the Safety valve top brass nut and invert the inner stem so it reads "Nat" on the outer stem ring instead of "LP". Replace the plastic dust cover so it will act as a plastic washer for the cap tightening . Remember to turn the gas lever on so it will work. Thank You.
Burners not work very well is the regulator going BAD?
Answer Hello Sara. Make sure the gas supply is good to the unit. If so, then the valve and regulator assembly 9755424 may be bad and will need to be replaced. Make sure the orifices and burners are clean on the unit. Hope this helps.