Gas burners work using a mixture of natural gas and oxygen that is ignited by a pilot light, or, in newer stoves, an electric spark igniter. The height of the flame is determined by the amount of gas fed into the burner.... More »

As of March 2015, the Beckett gas burner suitable for residential use is model CG4, equipped with the GeniSys 7590 advanced gas burner control, fixed-head combustion and easy access for maintenance and propane conversion... More » Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

A natural gas regulator works to maintain the fuel at constant pressure as per the recommendation of the burner manufacturer. It is a valve that automatically cuts off the flow of gas at a specific pressure. It works in ... More »

Common problems with gas burners include weak burner flame, extinguished burner pilot light, noisy burner flame and gas odor. The most common problem with a gas burner is clogged openings. Although these common problems ... More »

Gas stove problems often result from a faulty gas connection or ignition system, while electric oven problems often result from a bad electrical connection or fault burner. Gas stoves coupled with electric ovens rely on ... More » Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

Most gas stoves have removable burners. This allows for convenient cleaning of the stove and makes burners easy to replace if they begin to malfunction or leaks. Removable burners can be replaced by homeowners, making th... More » Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges

Common problems reported with gas stoves include burners that do not ignite properly and ovens that do not get hot; these can often be remedied by thorough cleaning and replacing minor electrical parts. There are a numbe... More » Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges