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www.hunker.com/12003355/why-is-my-gas-stove-burning-orange

The flames from a natural gas stove can tip you off to a possible hazard. If you see orange flames instead of blue flames, the burners may need cleaning or adjusting. The orange color alerts you to your gas stove's improper combustion, which may emit unsafe levels of carbon monoxide gas.

www.reddit.com/.../gas_stove_flame_tips_now_burning_orange

This makes any flame burn up the minerals and make an orange light show. If it's not that then it could also be due to work on the gas lines by the company or other dust/crud in the gas. Other than that it could be something to do with your stove. Do you have other gas appliances doing the same ? ie can you look into your furnace while it's ...

www.alintaenergy.com.au/wa/blog/cooktops/what-should-i-do...

The flames from the burners on your gas cooktop should always be blue as this indicates your cooktop is working efficiently. If the flame turns orange or yellow and stays this colour for longer than a few minutes, you need to get it looked as, not only will your cooktop not be operating efficiently, it might also pose a risk.

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Recently our gas stove was burning very yellow instead of blue. This concerned me because this indicates the gas is not burning fully and could be releasing more carbon monoxide into my home. This ...

diy.stackexchange.com/questions/38026/what-could-be...

I have an orange flame in all my gas appliances (gas furnace, gas water heater, and gas stove) and cannot seem to determine the cause. Background. So far, I have had the gas company come out. I had an appliance tech look at our stove, and tomorrow, I am having a guy check it out on the furnace.

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Best Answer: your gas flame should be blue with an orange tip. your burner may be clogged or the gas supply outlet under the burner near the knob might need to be cleaned. but whatever the cause you should have a professional look at it as they have the proper pins to clear any clogs and they also can ...

forum.heatinghelp.com/discussion/161725/propane-stove...

Had this happen with natural gas and an ultrasonic humidifier in the house. Shut off humidifier and flames cleared up in an hour. Don't know why - maybe same reason flames burn orange when you spill water on the stove.

www.chrisinch.com/.../show/why-are-the-flames-on-my-range-yellow

Same problem, flames turned very yellow on my natural gas range, my hot water heater, and my furnace. I took the humidifier out of the bedroom and now the flames appear less yellow, I will see what happends in a few days, if they get back to all blue.

www.quora.com/What-color-should-the-flames-on-a-gas-fire...

Gas flames are normally blue but sometimes they burn red or Orange. Blue vs Orange Gas Stove Flame Color. A blue gas stove flame indicates complete combustion, meaning you aren't wasting gas and money. Red or Orange gas flames may be the sign of incomplete combustion, wasted gas and a serious safety hazard.