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Smeg A2A all the Gas burners turn off intermittently

Hi Can you help the gas hob on our range cooker turns its self off 
all burners do this but some are worse than others is there a part from smeg that controls the flow or ignition ?
I know a corgi reg guy but some ideas of this fault would be good

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I think it`s got a regulator at the back where it connects to the gas.
Get it checked for the correct pressure.

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