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Britannia range cooker dual fuel, main fan oven switches on, seems to run up to about 150 then turns everything off and the clock then starts to flash, have read the link on the thermostat failing safe, the fanseems to be fine?? had a look in the wiring diagram and there appears to be a "safety thermostat" as well, any one with any help at all would be great, parts are quite expensive and dont want to waste money. many thanks Brian

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Just to let you know that i have solved the problem with my cooker, (clock flashing after electric going off) i held down the cook period button and the end time button, then i was able to reset the clock by pressing the +button.

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Installed the new Dual Regulated switch which operates the Gril, but have got the wires inserted incorrectly. Need help wiring it up.
Wires are 2x Red,Black,brown,gray,Yellow and a red link wire which came with the part
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Numbers on switch are S1,P2,2,P1,4,S2
At the moment I have no cooker - help.

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