How do you adjust the flame on an old antique Kenmore gas space heater?

Answer

Antique gas space heaters can produce an unseen, silent deadly gas. To adjust the flame on an old antique Kenmore gas space heater, find the burner output adjustment knobs, turn the gas tap to the 'On' position and then revolve the burner knobs left to make the flame bigger.
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