Ok, I moved into this house and it has a Sunbeam natural gas range (model # SNS3GMNSAW). It was manufactured in 2007, so it's not that old. Apparently this is their bottom-of-the line model, no bells or whistles, just 4 burners and an oven. Piece of crap doesn't even have a storage drawer under the oven. Anyway, no matter what burner I use, the damn thing burns my food, even at the lowest setting. For example, when making rice, after the water boils, I put the rice in, turn the burner all the way to low, cover the pot, and let it simmer for 20 minutes. But after about 10 minutes, the pot is overheating and the rice is sticking to the bottom of the pot. Tonight I made hamburger helper (yes, I live alone) and the instructions say that after it boils, cover, turn to low and simmer for 10 minutes. But even with the burner turned all the way to low, after about 5 minutes the skillet is bubbling over and spurting crap all over the stovetop. Any suggestions?