Been having a problem with lighting
the stove top burners since the unit was new. The peizo sparkers seem to be
too low. I turn on the gas and run the sparker a half dozen times until there is enough propane
dropping down to the level of the lighter. Then a big swoosh as way too much gas is ignited. I tried to bend the wire tip of the peizo up higher. Big mistake, busted in two. I had to purchase the entire burner.
So with the new ones I removed the small peizo sparker, sprayed it with Deep Creep and ever so lightly tapped it higher in its housing. It now sits slightly higher than the frizzon hole that allows propane
to flow directly to the peizo sparker. But fixed the problem and one spark and the burner lights
To make this narrative come to a pont....is there any problem with setting the peizo sparker higher? I can see that the ignited propane
from the frizzon hole blows directly on the wire peizo sparker whereas before I reset it it might have blown just slightly above the wire.