Question about Kitchen Ranges
This probably needs more information to solve. What kind of cooker? Do you have electrical problem/ or gas problems?
The headaches for everyone in the house is an issue you need to look into. If your stove is gas and you suspect a gas leak (something that is very dangerous and can cause headaches) you can start by asking your gas company for an inspection. This is usually a free service because they don't want people blown up in their homes. Headaches can also be caused by carbon monoxide. If you have an attached garage and let your car warm up inside, this can be the cause. A nearby garage can also cause that. You can check carbon monoxide levels in your home with a six dollar tester you can buy at any discount store. Finally, molds can cause the whole family headaches. Look for discolored spots anywhere water can gather -- under eaves, beneath sinks, and near your water heater. If the headaches continue, seek help from an expert.
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