Adjusting the Flame on a Gas Range

I am getting a lot of orange flame and some soot, do I adjust the air somewhere?

By Bob B.

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August 4, 20110 found this helpful

No, you call in a professional and get the jets cleaned-what you are describing are the signs you have a partially clogged jet. You've got the beginnings of a real problem there, please be safe and have the unit serviced asap.

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August 4, 20110 found this helpful

Ditto with frugalsunnie. I've had gas stoves the majority of my life and never had the problem you're speaking of!

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