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GE Gas range model JGB700DEJ1WW Is there a way to adjust the

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GE Gas range model JGB700DEJ1WW
Is there a way to adjust the flame down
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Tyler Z. replied 9 months ago.

If you remove the knob and look down the center of the shaft of the knob, there MAY be a tiny flat head screw head that you'll need an eye glass screwdriver to turn. If there is a screw, you can adjust the low setting on the flame by turning that screw. If not, then there is no adjustment and you'd want to buy something like a simmer plate to put under your pot and that reduces the heat on simmer setting.

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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
I had hope you would have something more inspiring. I had already determined that there was no adjustment screw. I have cooked on gas stoves all my life. I am sure GE has an adjustment somewhere that you and I are unawares.
Expert:  Tyler Z. replied 9 months ago.

No, I am factory trained by GE. I am very familiar with how GE makes their appliances. I would be aware if there was something else.

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