Gas Work Question

Oven on a cooker will not change from pilot light to full flame. what could be the cause and is it worth getting reaired?

The hob and grill work fine.

5 Answers

Best Answer

Sounds like you nes a new thermocouple for oven they about £15

Answered 11th May 2011

R T Plumbing & Heating

Member since 4 May 2011

Dear Kirky 2552
The problem is most likely the cooker thermostat needs replacing, this is the part responsible for controlling the main burner and is a common part to wear out. Depending on the age and make of cooker the thermostat should be no more than £30 and the labour approximately £50 to change it. Hope this helps
Regards
Roy Marsan

Answered 11th May 2011

Aspire Cubed (UK) Ltd

Member since 16 Mar 2010

all cooker ovens have a bypass or maintenance rate before full burn or will modulate down when temprature is met,will be a stat problem!!!age may be a concern,.clydebank plumbing&heating

Answered 12th May 2011

clydebank plumbing and heating

Member since 14 Apr 2011

both of the previous answer s sound right ,

if the oven is old or in poor condition (use your own judgment) then get a new one .... if its in good nic and worth in your eyes the cost of the repair then get it fixed

regards jon

Answered 12th May 2011

Creative Hands Design

Member since 10 May 2011

needs a new fsd can cost upto £90 fitted dependant on the model .is it worth the cost of the repair?

Answered 15th May 2011

Paul Caton Gas Services

Member since 23 Mar 2010

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