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Furnace Fires then Flame Comes Out Of The Burner Tube. Why?

Dec 21 2008 · Furnace fires and then flame comes back up burner tube sometimes two burner tubes and then furnace shuts down and starts again and does the same thing. Furnace has worked fine for over 2 months. Submitted: 12 years ago.

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Appliance411 FAQ: What should my gas range's flames look like?

Gas Range Flame Characteristics. When burning natural gas the burner flames should be almost completely blue with possibly a small hint of yellow in the center of the flame as seen in figure "A" above. When burning liquid propane (LP) the

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Water Heater Burner Flame Problems - Hot Water Heating Guide

The burner flame with the yellow glow is the number-one reason for the excessive smoking and sooting of the combustion chamber flue tubes and gas burner. This is what affects the normal operation of the water heater damages the unit and

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Gas Burner or Oven Flame Too High or Uneven

Gas Burner or Oven Flame Too High or Uneven. Most gas ranges and cooktops are set for natural gas at the factory. If the burner or oven flames are too high (ex. touching or above the grate) or are uneven this could be an indication the range or cooktop was improperly converted from a natural gas setting to LP (Liquid Propane).

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Gas Burner or Oven Flame Too High or Uneven

Gas Burner or Oven Flame Too High or Uneven. Most gas ranges and cooktops are set for natural gas at the factory. If the burner or oven flames are too high (ex. touching or above the grate) or are uneven this could be an indication the range or cooktop was improperly converted from a natural gas setting to LP (Liquid Propane).

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