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|Unique design 3 burner table top gas stove restaurant gas cooker cooktop|
|Body material||Stainless steel|
|Power source||LPG gas|
|Burner||3 Integrated burner head|
How to Use a Gas Stove?
Gas stoves are valued for their quick heating response and simple temperature adjustment. If you've never used a gas stove, however,
you may feel a little confused when first operating one. But once you get the hang of using a gas stove, they are just as easy to use
and maintain as their electric counterparts. As long as you take good care of your gas stove and use safety precautions while cooking,
you should be able to use it when ease.
Let me show you how to use:
- Turning on a gas stove. Do a body safety check before turning on your gas stove. To prevent any fires while using your gas stove,
roll up your shirt sleeves above the elbow and tie back long hair with a rubber hand. If you have any jewelry on, remove it before starting
- Turn the stove to control the fire flame. You can adjust the heat to low, medium, and high depending on what you want. In some
cases, the fire may not light right away, this is common in old stove and is nothing to worry about. Try turning the stove again please.
- Try cleaning your burner holes and igniter if it does not light immediately. If your burner is clogged with food residue, it may not
light automatically. Clean the burner and the igniter with a stiff toothbrush (without water or cleaning solutions) to remove any grease
Use a needle to get food out of hard-to-reach places, like the burner holes.
Call a home repairman if cleaning your burner does not seem to help. Your igniter may be broken and need replacement.