Our 10 year old Eno 2 burner stove's large burner is not burning very nicely. The flame is very orange with big wispery flames. Periodicly is also sputters. The small burner beside it burns fine which leads me to believe this is not a supply line or regulator
issue. Someone told me this is a sign of too much air to propane
I have taken the control valve apart to see if there are any plugs, all looks good. What I am wondering is how do you change the air/fuel mixture? There is a small set screw beside the control know - I have lit the stove and tried adjusting that but nothing happens. I am thinking my next step is to put a larger orfice in (currently a #67). I took the orfice to the gas shop and his #67 drill bit would not fit in the hole which leads me to believe the hole is too small - not sure what the correct orfice should be as the previous owner replace it. Gas guy said a #67 is good for a ~12000 BTU burner.
I did replace the regulator
and some of the tank fittings so that is all good now. Solenoid is hot to the touch so I assume that is working ok.
What am I missing here?