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Gas hob Luce(hotpoint) gas on glass 5ring burners keeps going out on low flame when pull pan drawer beneath out

Luce (hotpoint) gas on glass hob 5 ring burners brand new keeps going out on low flame when pull pan drawer beneath out. 3 engineers have seen it and not resolved the problem. 2 have said ventilation a problem. So kitchen company have drilled around 12 holes 4 cms diameter in back and floor of cabinet plus 2 in the drawer itself and taken plinth off and still the flame goes out when the drawer is pulled out. HELP

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Same problem with my hob. I adjusted the small jets to their lowest setting in order to be able to simmer -impossible on the bigger jets. The problem is the vents underneath the hob. These can't be closed off so the problem appears to be in the design. The solution I have to use while I save up to by a decent German model is to open and close the cupboard doors underneath the hob very, very slowly.

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