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Oven control valve wont shut off gas completely

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This could be due to a build up of grease or tiny food particles behind the control tap handle;
1/ Gently prise off the handle ( it comes towards you )
2/ Wash handle in warm soapy/detergent water, till clean, then dry.
3/ Use a lint-free cloth or a sponge with warm soapy water to soak the tap control spindle and a plastic knife to clean off any stubborn bits.
4/ Wipe clean , replace handle part, try turning off.
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