What Color Should the Flame Be on a Gas Stove?

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When burning natural gas, the flame should be almost completely blue, sometimes with a flicker of yellow at the center. When burning liquid propane, the flame will normally have yellow at the tip. If the flame is mostly yellow, this means that the appliance needs to be serviced.
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