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Are you smelling gas around the grill or tank? Fill a spray bottle with soapy water, slowly turn on the tank valve, and check for leaks at the tank valve, hose, regulator, as well as each gas valve (remove the knobs first). If no smell or leak is found, check your burners to see if they are burning mostly blue. If they are lazy yellow, they could be dirty or partially clogged and require cleaning; or possibly rusted through and need replaced.. If you do have blue flames, consider turning down the burners for a reduced flame and see if that helps.
Look at the left burner, pipe,air hole adjustment,etc because it is operating good.
You will see a difference to it compared to the on the right.
The right pipe, air hole, or the length the pipe that are iserted in the gas control valve is different from the left.
The yellow flame indicates that not enough air is getting to the flame getting to the right flame ignition point.
The left flame is nice and blue...normal, the right is yellow indicating that not enough air is getting to the flame ignition point...look to see if the air hole adjustment is different than the one on the left...there is something open more or less, improperly adjusted.
Once you have it adjusted properly the right flame will burn bright blue just as it does on the left.
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Bob, your wife is partially correct. However, both burners should have blue flames with orange tips. Cleaning the burners and the their venturi valves, should solve the problem. When I say cleaning them, I mean removing and cleaning them.
Yellow is a "reducing" flame meaning low oxygen, whereas blue is an oxidizing flame. There is not enough air mixing with the gas. Clean out the pipes and free the air intake holes on the first stage of the burner assembly.