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  Gas Hobs And Cookers

Gas appliances can be an extreme hazard and it is strongly inadvisable to attempt repairs yourself, please call a Gas Safe registered repairer.

If you are even vaguely hesitant about gas and cannot do a drop test DO NOT INTERFERE WITH IT. I cannot stress enough that safety around gas appliances, especially in a kitchen environment where there are naked flames and red hot electrical elements is absolutely paramount and mistakes can mean death and/or injury.

Any gas appliance is not a job for the unskilled or the DIY'r.

A gas hob burner in actionIf you smell gas in the kitchen, isolate the appliance/s and call a qualified engineer or gas repair service, do not attempt this yourself.

All gas cookers should have a "bayonet" type fitting which, when you disconnect it (twist and pull) it acts as a safety shut off valve to teh appliance. Gas hobs should (by law) have an isolation tap fitted although these are often out of sight in an adjacent cupboard or on the supply pipe to the hob somewhere. Some kitchen fitters and installers do not install these and it is highly inconvenient when things like this happen or for service and any engineer calling may have to fit one at your cost.

Please bear in mind that a gas soundness safety test is absolutely essential after any repairs.

  Gas Cooker Spares

Due to the danger presented in dealing with gas appliances it was UK Whitegoods policy to only supply spares to competent Gas Safe registered operatives.

This was purely in the interest of our customers safety. It was not done through any sort of policy on trying to retain work or hinder people, we just do not feel that without proper testing after a repair that we can be sure that people have made safe. Frankly, we don't want people's safety to that degree on our conscience.

However, this policy was relaxed in 2014/15 as we found people asking for gas spare parts were generally able to decide for thenselves what was safe and what wasn't. 

That said, the caveat applies still that, if you are not sure and this applies to gas products more than most, don't do it yourself.

  Parts We Can And Do Supply

We can and do supply any spare parts that do not involve the gas supply as these are perfectly safe normally to replace, or at least, no more dangerous than any other spare part.

So pot stands, burner caps, oven door seals, shelves and so on and perfectly okay to be supplied as normal and most people will have no trouble replacing those at all.

It is worth noting though that some cookers and, especially, hobs DO require the gas supply to be interrupted to even access the appliance. If you're not sure please feel free to ask in the forums where one of the engineers will advise.

Michelle Westwood
Gas cut off
I had my gas hob disconnected by gas man who does my yearly checks, he said the lid being closed does not cut the gas supply off to my burners. He could not tell me anything else. Is there a way I can fix this myself as i cannot afford to get someone in to do it. Hotpoint cooker

Stephen Graeser
Wiring hob ignition unit
Have just received my replacement ignition unit (FZ f (f)) for my PCD685/DGB/01 gas hob and need to ensure I wire the input wiring to the 3 (numbered) spade connections correctly.

No 3 is the earth but which is the correct connection (from the supply or to the knobs) for numbers 1 and 2?

Your advice and help would be appreciated to ensure I install it correctly.


Kenneth Watt
Hi Steve,

If you bought that from us then if you contact spares we may be able to get the info for you.

If you didn\'t get it from us you\'d have to contact the seller as we would not have any idea what you have been sent, if it is correct and so on.

John burrow
One of my burners won't light the other 3 work ok it's just one it doesn't spark
Kenneth Watt
Toni West said :
How do I stop my gas ring turning off as soon as I let go of the knob? - it ignites without problem, but the gas goes out as soon as I let go of the knob
The thermocouple for that ring will be faulty and will need replaced to cure that issue.

Toni West
How do I stop my gas ring turning off as soon as I let go of the knob? - it ignites without problem, but the gas goes out as soon as I let go of the knob
susan mcmahon
hi i am trying to replace the gas rings around the actual gas ring they were silver but now black after i used oven pride to clean them .
Kenneth Watt
No, it will be the ignition block that's faulty.If you contact Dave on spares@ukwhiteg with the model number, which you will find on the bottom of the hob on the rating plate (don't trust any other source for that), he will be able to track it down for you.
Mark east
I have a 5 ring Hoover gas hob, and the ignition has stopped working. What do I need to do? Does it run off a battery if so where is it ?Thanks
Pauline Hook said :
how do i stop the ignition from constantly clicking
Pauline Hook said :
how do i stop the ignition from constantly clicking
how can i stop the ignition from constantly clicking

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