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The colour is coming off the oven knobs and the control panel.(brass fittings)

This is the second time this has happened and I am not a happy bunny considering my oven is only 18 months old. the only thing i clean the oven with is warm soapy water as the oven was so expensive I do not plan on buying another one for another 10 years at least. This did not happen to my old oven with the chrome fittings and I had that for 11 years!! any ideas anybody??

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This is a common problem, I repair these for Rangemaster so I suggets that you contact their customer service department they usually replace then for free

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