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The oven has a flame detection installed that makes sure the gas turns off if the flame goes out. There are two component that do this. One is the flame detector and the other is the control device that turns the gas off,. Either one of these cold be faulty. The cheapest way is probably to replace the detector in the oven and if that does not work, replace the gas control device.

Belling... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018

The igniter assembly could be defective.

Belling... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017

gas oven ignites and lights then flame goes out

Belling... | Answered on Aug 27, 2014

If you are talking about the little flame that is supposed to be burning at all times then you need to go to a hardware store and purchase a thermocouple. It is a small copper tube that sense's the flame. When working it will constantly burn a pilot flame so that when you turn on the oven it will ignite the gas in the burner. Once the burner is lit it will stay lit until the oven reaches the desired temperature. Replace the THERMOCOUPLE.

Belling... | Answered on Sep 09, 2011

I'll give this a go! With a cooker like this, you depress and then turn the control knob, press the ignition button and continue to depress the control knob for a few seconds. This is because a device called a thermocouple is heated by the flame and you have to continue to depress the control knob so that sufficient gas flows to heat up the thermocouple. If the thermocouple does not get hot or stay hot then the gas valve is automatically closed - stopping the gas. The thermocouple is a 'flame failure' safety device. If the gas gets cut off then the flame goes out and the thermocouple goes cold switching off the gas valve automatically. However, you are having to try and manually keep the gas going for a good five minutes. I would think that there is either a problem with the thermocouple or the gas control valve! Tony www.birminghamelectricsltd.com

Belling... | Answered on Oct 06, 2010

could be the thermocouple

Belling... | Answered on Apr 07, 2010

What are you calling a normal socket? 120 volt? If it is not a dedicated circuit, YOU can't do it, you will need to call an electrician. If it is a dedicated circuit,(a socket that has its own breaker, with NOTHING ELSE attatched to it), you take the neutral leg, the white wire, and connect it to a leg of power next to the one that the breaker is connected to. You must change the breaker to a 2 pole, and make sure you are not over amping the circuit. You can only go up 20% on the amperage. Any more, and you run the risk of melting wires, which might cause a fire. Get back to me if you have ANY questions. This is a job for an electrician

Belling... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010

the bayonet fitting is on the end of the gas pipe that plugs into the gas main. look at the back of your cooker follow the black pipe you will see a brass end that fit to the solid gas pipe if you have a ring on the end of you flexible pipe that you can push in slightly and turn to disconnect you have a bayonet. its not the cooker that is a bayonet but the flexy pipe that is connected to your cooker. you can add one if one not fitted

Belling... | Answered on Mar 27, 2010

no clue here I would call a local repair service personally

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