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I have a Rangemaster Leisure 110 the left hand oven lights up, but the flame is very low and will not go to maximum.

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Common problem, there is a device in the oven called a solenoid/ff device these are safety devices and fail after a few years. replacements can be obtained from main stockist Gas On spares on 0121-585-7799

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