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Yellow flame on our gas burners

We have 6 rambo high pressure gas burners in our temple and a lot of them are running a yellow flame which is giving a low heat and blackening the bottom of our pots,there are some air ajusters under them but nothing happens when i turn them, i have all so drilled the holes to check there not blocked, what should i do or check next.
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Tapan krishna

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Hello. Have you tried replacing the regulator? Sometimes spider webs can get into the burner valve orifices or inside the burner ports. You may even also need new burner valves. Let me know if you need to know where the regulator is.

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