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Low flame and not heating oven

The oven lights immediately but remains at a low flame and not heating the oven.the oven has a gas hob and gas oven with seperate grill

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We had the same problem on our 10 yr old creda. gas man said new ffd required (flame failure device). he reckoned on around 80 pounds sterling for new part,even if it was still available, plus maybe 2 hours labour. we bought a new cooker!

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