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What does it mean when your gas stove flame is orange?

There are a variety of reasons for the fuel-oxygen mixture to be unbalanced. A lack of fuel to the burner can be caused by a build-up of soot in the gas burner orifices. The incandescence is orange after the flame burns soot.

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