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Old 07-30-2016, 11:47 AM   #1
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Need help adjusting Atwood cooktop burner.

I have an Atwood Range with 3 burner cook-top and the right rear burner needs adjusted (big yellow flame) when started. This is on a 2015 flying cloud. The other two burners work fine. I can't find info on how to adjust the burner. I cant seem to lift the top to take a look for an adjust screw. Are these sealed burners? I saw a couple of youtube videos of people lifting the lid easily, though not the exact same model. Also the two working burners seem to be stationary while the defective one cam be turned back and forth somewhat. Hope someone has some advice for me. Thanks in advance.
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Sounds like the burner in question has slipped out of position. Most sealed burners are permanently mounted and the top of the stove is not removable as was the case in older model stoves. I doubt that is the case with an RV cook top. But I could be wrong.
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Sounds like the burner in question has slipped out of position. Most sealed burners are permanently mounted and the top of the stove is not removable as was the case in older model stoves. I doubt that is the case with an RV cook top. But I could be wrong.
I think the burner caps are attached to the top. I think I may have a screw loose underneath on the one cap. I'll try again today.
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Yellow flame tips, see page 10.

http://www.atwoodmobile.com/dealer-m...angeManual.pdf
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Old 07-31-2016, 07:40 AM   #5
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"RA Ranges and Cooktops
Improper orifice to burner alignment
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Realign burner head and orifice tube assembly
Replace
orifice"

Yes, I saw that one in my search for info. Not very instructive as to how to do that though. I guess I have use a little more force to lift the cook-top to see what's going on.


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Finally got the lid up, it wasn't easy the clips in the front don't give without some force. No air adjustments on these. I noticed the gaskets on the gas tubes where they meet the burner top are falling apart, going to find replacements. It's hard to get the top down because the burner tubes have to align with the burners. Problem not solved yet! I checked the gas orifice on the problem burner, there are no food spills or obstructions. If I finally get working I will report my findings.
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We fixed our stove top. Here is a video about that and our USB charger.


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