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Hello from JA My name is Woody. I will be glad to assist you today. I have been servicing ALL Major Brands of Appliances for 35 Years, and have over 100,000 in home repairs and over 80,000 internet repairs under my belt.
Can I please have the Full model number of the unit to better assist you ?
And CCGS985 is not showing up as a good model number in the GE data base.
Thank you! But the GE data base is saying no such match on the model number .
Are you in the U.S?
And we can only converse through this web site.
So email is not needed.
Ok I will opt out it could be because you are on Canada that it why it does not come up in the GE Data base.
Is this the right front burner - the max output burner ? And if so , when converting to propane , besides changing the orifices , the right front also ( usually ) needs the small round part and the small screw to hold it - which should have been packed with the range and also in the insrtuctions for propane conversion.
OK , sorry , I see it is the left front. Right front takes the choke. Remove the burner and look down in the hole - where the orifice is attached is it slightly cocked , in other words the tubing is bent making the gas flow not centered with the center of the burner ?
OK remove the orifice and look in it for a burr , on LP gas these are quite small holes anyway and wouldn't take much to disrupt a normal flame and like I mentioned previously see if the orifice is not cocked some way so that it is not aligned with the bottom of the burner correctly.
Yes, let me know
Remove all the screws from every burner and lift the top up to see it better and easier to work on it.