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What causes the flame on a gas stove to be yellow?

If the ratio of fuel to air is correct, gas burners will burn blue. A yellow burner flame is a sign that the burner isn't getting enough air. An experienced do-it-yourselfer can adjust the burner's air shutter to admit more air.

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