Wolf Gas Surface Burner Operation
- What are the characteristics of a properly lighted gas burner?
- Should flame appearance or size change from high to medium to low to simmer?
- How many burners should click when attempting to ignite a single burner?
- When trying to ignite a burner other burners start to click but do not ignite, is this normal?
- Downdraft is sucking out flames
Wolf gas burners have four settings: High, Medium, Low, and Simmer.
To light a burner:
- Push in and turn the corresponding control knob counterclockwise to HIGH setting.
- A clicking sound is heard and the burner ignites.
- Note that on some earlier R and RT Series units, multiple burners may click when igniting a single burner.
- Once the burner is lit, continue turning the knob counterclockwise to any setting - HIGH through LOW.
- Burner flames will be in the upper tier for all settings between HIGH and LOW.
To select a SIMMER setting:
- Turn the burner knob to the detent at the lowest setting.
- Push in on the knob, continuing to turn it counterclockwise.
- This moves the flame to the second tier.
- Select any variation with the SIMMER flame settings - HIGH through LOW.
- Dual Fuel Range, GR Gas Range, and SRT Rangetops allow infinite setting adjust from high to low on simmer.
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