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Gas leak on dual fuel leisure cooker

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How old is it ? Does it have a warranty? Do you want to keep it?
If you like the appliance then yes but you will need a gas fitter to find the leak and fix it. How do you know it has a gas leak?

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

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