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How to Repair a Gas Cooker?

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To repair a gas cooker thermostat, first open up the panel where the thermostat is and then pull out the thermostat knob carefully. Find the calibration ring on the backside of the thermostat and then adjust the ring to the desired specifications. Detach the capillary tube and slide it through the back of the oven extremely carefully. Unscrew the thermostat and lightly drag it out from the oven. Finally, slide the new thermostat in and screw it in place.
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1 Finish cooking your meal. Ad 2 Turn all knobs controlling the gas to '0' or 'OFF'.
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Depends on how much you use it and what usage you consider "average.
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