24″ Built-in Gas Cooktop
24" Built-in Gas Cooktop, GASLAND Chef GH60SF 4 Burner Gas Stovetop, 24 Inch NG/LPG Convertible Natural Gas Propane Cooktops, High Power Gas Countertop with Thermocouple Protection, Stainless Steel
- 16 REVIEWS COOKTOP
- 5 REVIEWS NATURAL GAS
- 3 REVIEWS STAY LIT
- 4 REVIEWS LOWEST SETTING
- 5 REVIEWS GAS LINE
- 7 REVIEWS STOVE TOP
- 15 REVIEWS EASY TO INSTALL
- 9 REVIEWS GAS COOKTOP
- 9 REVIEWS GAS LEAK
- 4 REVIEWS ENOUGH HEAT
- 4 REVIEWS WORKS FINE
- 5 REVIEWS REALLY NICE
- 3 REVIEWS WELL MADE
- 14 REVIEWS WORKS GREAT
- 5 REVIEWS FAR SO GOOD
- 3 REVIEWS GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE
- 4 REVIEWS WORK AFTER INSTALLED
- 4 REVIEWS LARGE BURNER
- 8 REVIEWS WORKS WELL
- 12 REVIEWS REGULATOR
???Stainless Steel Finish?The 4-burner built in gas stovetop is made of high quality stainless steel with 2 heavy cast iron pan support grates, 4 melt-proof bakelite knobs and black burner covers. It is very easy to clean after cooking. The built-in size is 22.1″ x 18.9″(560mm x 480mm) while the whole product size is 22.8″ x 19.7″ x 3.9″(580mm x 500mm x 100mm). It is perfect to match different styles kitchen.
Top Positive Review
Great for the money! Two of the reasons I ordered this was to have a burner small enough for 3 cup moka pots, and another big enough to heat a bigger cast iron more evenly. It does both!
Propane users: Make sure if you are converting this to burn LP (liquid propane) gas instead of natural gas, that you do the full setup. If you don’t, your max flame will be too small, and your minimum flame will only be slightly smaller than that. The manual sucks so read this (but read the manual too). Keep in mind I have the 24″ model. 1) You must replace the burner nozzles (it comes with them, just remove the old ones with a socket wrench and put the new ones in their place according to the chart in the manual, and save them in case you resell your unit to someone using natural gas), 2) you must flip the diaphragm spring inside the pressure regulator, this will increase your max flame to a normal size (use wrench to remove large nut on the regulator, flip the spring thing over so it matches the drawing for LPG, then reassemble the regulator), AND 3) I highly recommend adjusting the burner valves. This further increases the range of your flame control. To adjust the burner valves, you need to remove the stainless steel cover of the cooktop, by removing the screws at each burner head. This reveals the small adjustment screws next to each knob. The manual implies you can access them without removing the cover but on mine you can’t. So without putting the cover on, place the burner caps onto each burner so they control the flame properly, then ignite one burner at a time and adjust. The adjustment screws control how small you can make the flame at the lowest setting. So with the flame going, turn the knob to the lowest cook setting and adjust the little screw down ever so carefully so the flame gets as small as possible without sputtering out. Now you have a good range, small to large. I wish it was a smoother flame control, as it kind of goes up or down in little “steps” as you turn the knob, but for the low cost of the cooktop that’s understandable.
One more thing for propane, 4) you’ll need a brass adapter for the gas line, or at least I did. Mine required me to get a “3/8 inch male Taper, to 1/2 inch male Pipe, half-union” .. make sure you check what type of connector your gas line has. It’ll cost like 8 bucks but the Pipe end will connect to the cooktop, while the taper end will connect to your propane line (if it’s standard RV style like mine).
For the low price tag it’s a great product! Heavy cast iron grills are solid and fit well, and the burner caps fit well and control the flames well. The electric ignition is nice. Easy to operate. I’m tempted to knock the score down slightly for all the little minor inconveniences of getting it set up, and the fact that sometimes little parts of the flame aren’t 100% perfect on a really low setting, and the slightly jumpy temp control… But for the price I have to give it a high score.
Top Critical Review
Only one burner stays lit without keeping the igniter clicking. The big burner will start but not stay lit unless the thing is clicking the entire time. The smaller burner works fine just the bigger one. No customer service to contact on amazon site.
Customer Questions & Answers
This can be use with propane gas?
What type of LP supply line will be needed? And can the burners be lighted by a long handle lighter?
you will need just a standard supply line with 5/8 male adapter on the end that attaches to the unit its self. On the cylinder side of the supply line or in between the unit and tank a low-pressure regulator will need to be added. This is an addition to the LP connecting port that is supplied with the unit. You can ??
Some older pics show this unit with the grate having small 45 degree supports in all 4 corners. Does anyone know if this accessory is still available?
Answer: Not that I know
Would it be safe to install this cooktop into a butcher block counter top? It would be installed by a pro.
Answer: I don??t see why not. Mine is installed in a butcher block style counter and no problems so far.
Do you have 36″ ?
Answer: Don’t know but zero signs of rust three years later
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