Your Gas Range
Keep the range and burners clean.
Make sure the range top is clear of debris that can catch fire.
Run burners safely.
The flame on your gas range should be crisp, quiet and blue. A yellowish flame indicates the gas is burning inefficiently and an adjustment is needed by a service representative. When cooking, adjust the burner flame so it doesn't extend beyond the pot bottom. A high flame wastes energy and may be dangerous.
Keep your range clean and the burners adjusted for maximum efficiency.