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The gas flame in the oven of my leisure classic 90 starts on tick over but than does not flare up to full flame like it should

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Common problem,it will most probably be the solenoid FF device fitted by the oven burner,these can be obtained from Gas On Spares on 0121-585-7799.the will need the model number and serial number.

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