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How do you control the flame on a gas stove?

The burner air vent is covered with a sliding plate or tube. The shutter is kept from moving by a set screw. When the flame turns blue, open the shutter and turn the burner on fully. Remove the set screw, turn off the burner, and replace the top grate.

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