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Old 11-23-2010, 05:24 AM
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MY friend had a small grease fire in a pan on top of a Vulcan stove/oven.Afterwards the flow of gas thru the oven jets/and top burners is low.The oven even when on 450 degrees has a low flame coming out of the jets. Help! I know something must be stopped up from the fire extinguisher contents but what ? Anyone have the similar experience?

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The proper response is also labor-intensive...to the max! All that fire extinguisher residue (although not toxic) will have to be cleaned out. The short-cut is to clean only the gas ports, orifices, and jets.
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