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It could sometimes be a thermocouple that is not properly mounted against the flame or is just defective, these thermocouples are mounted for safety because it would not be good if gas flows out of gas for a long time without flame in professional gas equipment, the gas flow is often Many times higher, by the way a nice device and good brand.
I think the damage is very common here. By hand, you might also be able to take it yourself if there is technical knowledge and with the proper attention on gas sealing. look a few examples of your problem from of the link about this.
How to change furnace thermocouple

Smeg A1A.1 Gas... | Answered on May 25, 2017

Unplug it for now and then try and find a new switch pad.

Smeg Kitchen... | Answered on Sep 28, 2016

off hand I would say they gave u the wrong timer - unless there is suppose to be an adapter included

Smeg SUK92MFX5... | Answered on Feb 12, 2016

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