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Which Burner is needed


Gajesh Tripathi
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The yellow flame. Yellow light is an indicator that the temperature is low which implies incomplete energy conversion, incomplete combustion or way too much air intake. Given that burners are physically constrained not to run lean, it is a safe assumption to conclude it is overly rich due to plugging of some sort. Clean the yellow one.

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