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My calor gas oven keeps getting covered with soot i use propane gas from a bottle

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Hi you will need to check the pressure on the reg and it sound s like the burner neededs cleaning the air ports a blocked but if it is sooting get agas fitter to look at this problem don't use the oven untill this fixed .

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You need a C.O.R.G.I. (soon to be re-named "gas safe" in april) engineer qualified for LPG to sort this.

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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