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H I have a stoves newhome 600si the rings,lite but when the grill or oven is on the flames nearly go out as if its lost full pressurean ideas please


I would have your regulator checked going to your stove to make sure you have enough flow rate or a obstruction

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I require a new rubber door seal for my electric oven stoves newhome efa600h. I cant find who stocks them


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I need a user manual for my Stoves Newhome GG600 Gas cooker


I have a newhome GG600 oven, burner will not open up to full capacity, staying on low flame. It does not get hot enough to do any cooking, please advice many thanks.

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Manual for cooker


just wondered if u ever managed to get a manual for the stoves new home 600 si dlm ? if so,could i be cheeky and ask u to email me a link please?
thx in advance :)
Ant
flatlanderuk21@yahoo.com

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Stoves Newhome GL916


The timer has broken and needs replacing

I had the same problem, we checked all the wires inside and all ok, so phoned stoves and they said that the it sounds like the timer as this is the first port

Replaced the timer and cooker is now working fine - only thing to remember when ordering the timer - my cooker is green and now has a red light instead of green

Hope this helps

Cost of timer from stoves £56.83 inc vat and delivery

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Faulty obsolete (20yr old) oven thermostat with separate fan/light switch. Can't find a 'universal' replacement. If I fit a standard 2 tab thermostat, the fan and light will switch with the element Stoves oven DF550 SI with a 46thc502/G5 thermostat which controls well (if 40C higher relative to the oven thermometer). However after an overnight cool down the oven element switches on when the mains is turned back on, even though the oven control is off. I just twiddle the oven thermostat control slightly and all is well. I can't find a 250C, 1m phile, 24mmx6mm spindle thermostat with a separate connection tab for the internal recirculating fan and oven light anywhere. Otherwise the single oven cooker works and looks like new (nearly). I was wondering whether I have to piggy back a switch on the back of a standard 2 tab thermostat (or vica versa) or attach a separate switch to the oven. Can't believe I'm the only one with this problem. I'm guessing some fragile electrical contact occurs in the thermostat on cooldown to turn on the element and its in-series lamp, and this contact easily breaks by slightly turning the thermostat. ps there is no timer and I do have the circuit diagram. I found a working solution to this problem: When turning off the oven, I don't take it to the end stop. I turn it passed the click when the element and indicator turn off, then further till the ligth and fan turn off and just a fraction further but not to the end stop. Now the oven element doesnt turn on each time I turn the mains on for some other reason ( eg grill or igniters). I guess there is something wrong inside the thermostat, but this work arround seems OK if not ideal. I've marked a new stop position around the oven dial to remind me. This was easier than making a physical stop for the oven dial.

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