I spent 10 minutes and don't want to break it, I cannot figure out how to remove the burners... don't want to use force, and it doesn't rotate or can be just lifted... Manufacturer of the kitchen gas stove is Magic Chef


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    I don't think removing the burner is a good idea. Exactly what to you want to clean? – paparazzo Oct 5 at 16:50
  • The inner of the burners, the flame doesn't fully distributed when operating they are clogged from the inside by oil or something. I need to clean the inner side of burners and maybe some delivering pipes to it... – sam Oct 5 at 17:02
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    I would remove the stove top so you can see what is going on. It is not a given they are threaded. – paparazzo Oct 5 at 17:04
  • It might be revers threaded. Most gas pipes are reverse threaded. – paparazzo Oct 5 at 18:00
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    That looks identical to my (Magic Chef) stove. Can you just clear the orificies with a toothpick? I've had mine for ~15 years (and it wasn't new when I got the house it came with) and they only ever clogged up once (with cleaning powder). Cleared out with a toothpick and no trouble since then. – The Photon Oct 6 at 4:56

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