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BUSH AG66TA GAS COOKER PART FOR FLEXIBLE GAS PIPE

CANT CONNECT FLEXIBLE GAS PIPE TO COOKER BECAUSE NO SCREW THREAD FOR THE GAS PIPE WHAT PART DO I NEED

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You need to check with your hardware store and get a fitting compatible with your fitting on the stove.This will have to be fitted to the wall pipe but I stress that this should only be carried out by a registered gas fitter.

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Do not light anything if you are smelling gas. Make up a soapy solution in a spray bottle and apply to all connections and look for bubbles. Most common place to leak is hook-up at cylinder and hook-up at cooker. If you can't find the leak and continue to smell gas, do not use it. Also make sure your cylinder is not empty.

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SOURCE: I BUY FROM ARGOS A BUSH COOKER THEY DELIVERY TO MY 3 FAULT BUSH COOKER.I'M STILL WITH A FAULT COOKER

call them and tell them what the problem is . we have no idea where you got or what you got

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