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Yellow flames causing carbon buildup

We have a 24" propane wall oven. the flames coming from the burner bar are yellow instead of blue. It is causing a heavy carbon buildup on the bar, the cover, and baking pans. Is there a fuel/air adjustment that can be made or does the burner bar or some other part need replacing? It appears to be burning too lean. Oven is less than 2 years old. thanks

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    oven burning high white flames. Black carbon emitted covering the shelves walls door and rising from rear up the kitchen wall. oven cannon connemara less than 3yrs old.

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If the burner bar has an adjustable slider for increasing or decreasing air into the bar.That would be it. If not then there is a defect with the gas valve or burner bar.

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