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THE JENN AIR BOTTOM BURNER IN THE GAS OVEN IS BURNING YELLOW

We have oven that is gas the bottom oven burner is not burning blue but yollow the control valve has flow through that port if the valve is partly stuck would it make this happen

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Check that the bake ignitor is drawing min 3 amps. if not change ignitor. if its ok yellow flame is not enough air for the amount of gas. check the orface(small brass fitting on valve) hole to make sure its clean. if yes adjust air shutter on burner

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