Hello, I purchased a stove from you recently (short-legged version), and I am using natural gas as the fuel source. Unfortunately, some of the connections under the stove have come undone. Do you have any pictures of the connections (close ups) and what the dials are used for under the stove? I am worried about a fire if the connections are not made properly.
Can you send some pictures of the stove especially the connections under the stove for us to understand your problem?
Here are some photos of the stove and my questions highlighted. Thank you in advance for your clarification.
The wheels with teeth are called air shutters. You can turn them and adjust the air-fuel mixture for blue flame. The ignitor cable and its fuel pipe are at their correct position.
Thanks. For best performance, should most of the flame be blue? I want to get the maximum power out of the stove. So far, I love it.
Blue flame is indication of best mixing between fuel and air for best burning and avoiding soot.
Perfect. Thank you.