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Re: Gas stove orange flame
in addition to my other post, what may be happening here is the gas regulator may be going bad, and the pressure went up, so there's not enough air for complete combustion. look at the size of those flames!. you can tell right off the pressure is too high.. orange flames signify incomplete combustion, which is dangerous because of the greatly increased CO produced, being that this is intermittant, it is NOT an air adjustment that is needed, as you have to loosen a screw and turn a cover to adjust the air, this is not happening by itself, get the gas company to check the regulator!.