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    Orange flame in gas cooker
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    • 29th May 08, 6:28 PM
    Orange flame in gas cooker 29th May 08 at 6:28 PM
    sorry i wasnt sure where to ask this

    ive turned gas cooker on tonight and there is a very orange flame, more orange than blue, ive never cooked with gas before i moved into this house so not sure if its just dirt etc (ive quickly looked online) or something a bit more serious, ive had a few troubles recently with lighting it or it going out pretty soon after ive shut the door

    i dont want to upset/annoy my landlady since i moved in a window and door handle has already been replaced (though this was orevious tennant) also a new boiler was fitted when i moved in so i assume british gas checked the gas cooker over

    can anyone point me in right direction?
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