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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Incorrect, the minimum requirement by law for anybody to work on any gas appliance is competence, and competence has now been clarified as passing an acs or equivalent examination.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Well what do you know, Mr Pedantic caught out yet again now tries nit picking, already knowing he's wrong (again) but hoping I won't find a link to his latest nit pick... I will though :D
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    1998 No. 2451 PART B Regulation 3 3.—(1) No person shall carry out any work in relation to a gas fitting or gas storage vessel unless he is competent to do so.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Its all there for you in post #16 like i said, not sure how much clearer it can be put to you.... it clearly says "law" the act of parliament has been given to you, but still you don't get it, maybe you're arguing to save face, its not working though, you're just making yourself look silly.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    John, you've been shown, but tried to discredit them, you still seem to want to carry on this charade though even though you can't come up with anything to the contrary... at all. How dull.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Ok it's on a boat, the rules aren't the same they are far stricter (i know this having been qualified for boats) the fans on GDHA are also cooling fans, but also provide combustion air too, working or swapping fans on a gas appliances is against the law (yes, law Jon) whatever you feel the...
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    ...Yawn, you are wrong, get over it Jon.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    It's not anonymous, it is a PDF issued by the gas safe register, and easily found by using the search term at the top.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Note it says "law" on it.... As you've already been told.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    The health and safety at work act covers exactly that.... At work. The gas safety regulations are all encompassing, so cover both work and householders etc, so the point you are trying to make is irrelevant, do yourself a favour and read up, it's all there on the net for you from official...
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    "The Gas Safety Installation & Use Regulations 1998, (Gas Regs 1998) is the relevant law for the UK" Laid before Parliament 9th October 1998 Came into force 31st October 1998 Enforced by the HSE Does this answer your question ?
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    can you be prosecuted, from illegal gas work ? Can you be sent to prison for illegal gas work ? Yes to both, so I'd pretty much say that's law and not a civil matter.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    BTW fans are listed because in many appliances, gas ovens included, they also supply combustion air to the burners, in the case of GDHA gas built in ovens fitting them the wrong way round causes unstable flames.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    It is not misleading in any way, the HSE made it clear a couple of years ago than certain parts on a gas appliance were not allowed to be swapped by anything but a competent engineer, fans were one of the components listed, and there is nothing in law that says people can work "on their own...
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Its not the fact of whether you need to disconnect the gas, its because the fan is an integral part of a gas appliance that you aren't allowed to work on it, I can only reccomend that you call out an engineer to repair the fault.
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    How old is it ?
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    Oven stops DURING cooking.

    Make ? Model ? Although as its gas you are not allowed to do anything legally unless you're either gas safe registered or legally competant.
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    Rangemaster 110 cooker,serial number is so old its not down

    Not sure if you have your answer now as this is an oldish thread but if you have an all lpg cooker (i.e. ovens and hob) then you cannot change it to NG, if you have dual fuel (gas hob and electric ovens) then you can.
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    Rotostar gas oven

    Could well be thermistors not sensing any heat so therefore shutting down the appliance and making it go into lock out, no guarentee it is that though it could be the pcb or other things, it is by far the most complicated oven ever made so you won't be able to just call anyone out to fix it...
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    Flavel Appliances - Any Good?

    Flavel products are merely Beko products with a different badge.
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