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Gas oven My gas oven lights but when I turn up the control knob from low to high the flame stays small therefore the oven tempreture does not increase. Oven is a Rangemaster 110

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  • bigslipper Dec 19, 2008

    First the left hand oven would not get warm and now the right hand one has the same problem, thermocouples?

  • luvyamanu Feb 03, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem and maybe could fix it but not sure what a themocouple is. I assume it regulates the amount of gas that comes out of the cooker.

    Where is it and what does it look like. any help would be grateful otherwise contact an engineer hmmmm

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Its the flame failure device faulty (FFD)

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