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Gas oven burners are usually a variable gas flow. When on high, the gas valve is fully open and the flame is high. As the heat increases in the oven, the flame reduces in size until the burner is running on whats called "bypass rate" or "maintenance rate" This is the smallest flame the burner can operate on without going out. I would suggest that the thermostat gas valve is faulty and not fully opening. It is also possible that the thermocouple may be faulty. This is a solid piece of wire which is usually situated in the flame path above the burner and connects to the gas valve and regulates the flame. It also triggers the gas valve to turn off , if no flame is present. I would try that first. A lot cheaper than a gas valve. In Australia, you have to hold a Gas service Licence to do this work.
This seems like a pressure regulator / flow problem. If you are running more than one appliance from bottled gas this can occurr if the supply pipe is not of sufficient size. When 'wafting the door' you are increasing air flow to the oven burners which in turn will consume more gas to balance the burn, this starves other burners that are running at the time. Cure; increase regulator pressure (remove the foil cover to expose the screw) with the top burners alight adjust the screw 1/4 turn at a time until the flames are bright blue at heart and organge tipped. Increase as much as you can without the falme distorting away from blue/orange. If this doesn't cure it you may need to increase the size of your supply pipe to 15mm so that the volume of gas is greater and then split it off to normal lpg pipe to each apliance thereby creating a more even flow of supply. Often a system using say heating and gas fire is perfectly fine but add another appliance like a cooker or change your cooker to one which has more powerful burners and you can expose weaknesses in the flow system.
It is normal, it will disappear after a little while, when you bang on the burners, particle fell off form inside of the burners and it caused the orange flame. Yellow flame means not enough air or burner is internal clogged.
HI, To adjust the size of the flame, turn the orfice clockwise to make it smaller. you can also try and adjust the air shuttle on the burner. Are you trying to change from natural to LP? Please let me know if I can assist you further.
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the air adjustment is open just a little to much the flame will have a hard time to go to the other side, try closing the vent to the burner just a Little bit and try the oven,another problem that i see is that the ignitor is getting to weak to ignite the flame on time.