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GE Profile TrueTemp Oven Model JGB908SEL1SS

I purchased my new oven and have Propane gas in my house. I made all the adjustments according to the manual and everything works great except the oven. I am getting long yellow flames. I made the adjustments but no matter what i do it does not change. And the smell is so bad.

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Bart Caldara
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Did you adjust the orifice on the saftey valve all the way down (turning it clockwise with a wrench)? The orifice is what the burner sits on top of.

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