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Sealed vs non-sealed burners

Boy no wonder I chose the name I did, I didn't get the 36" BlueStar I got the 48" BlueStar. I guess I was still suffering from jetlag!! Anyway it is a fantastic stove and believe it or not I can actually cook...

Sep 28, 2012
confused cook in Cookware

Sealed vs non-sealed burners

Sorry just read all the info, have been on vacation. Food is Italy was super! After my question in 2008 I bought a lovely 36" BlueStar and absolutely love it!! Besides open burners one of my decisions was also that I could get the split (large/small) oven. The small one is super for a side dish or something when it's just me and my husband.
The big one is really great for holidays and parties. Burners, etc are a snap to clean.

Sep 19, 2012
confused cook in Cookware

Sealed vs non-sealed burners

Thanks very much, I'm going to be purchasing a new gas range and that was one thing I just didn't understand.

Mar 13, 2008
confused cook in Cookware

Sealed vs non-sealed burners

What is the difference between sealed burners and non-sealed burners on a gas range and which is better?

Mar 13, 2008
confused cook in Cookware