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Took apart and cleaned
is the flame on this unit suppose to be totally blue?
My flame has yellow tips.
Check with the manufacturer but in most cases, yes blue. A dirty flame is caused by either too much gas, not enough gas, too much air or not enough air. By cleaning the burners you may have inadvertently misadjusted the unit. Contact your gas company to get a technician in to inspect it.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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