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I have a gas magic chef (Maytag)stove Model # CGR3725ADW and the flame is no longer a nice blue its orange. Is there a way to adjust this. I pick the top up but almost broke the gas lines off.Thanks for your help Joe

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Yellow flame be concerned. Orange flame is dust and/or occurs after cleaning the burners - should go away on its own.

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