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Gas oven lights but goes out.

Hi there, I have a gas cooker that when I light it then let go of the oven knob the burner goes out. Any idea what is wrong? Any help is much appreciated. Regards Nikki.

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I have a technogas cooker but the oven goes off from time to time do u have solution for this problem thank u

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Push switch in and press button oven lights let go switch and oven goes out

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