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Asked by sarojpurba on 5th February 2015 Report this content
I have the Leisure Gourmet Classic. When I open the door to the top oven/grill this set the fan on even though the over/grill is not in use. Should the fan not go on when it reaches a certain temperature, at the moment I takes forever to grill anything as the fan does not allow it to get hot enough and toast come out dry rather than toast. It also means that if the door is left open the fan continues to run. Is there a fault with my cooker?

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Report this content Mendez Written on: 06/02/2015
This is something I wrote to the manufacturers about but received no reply. After some research it appears that the reason for the fan to be on whenever the door is opened is so that the plastic k.n.o.b.s won't have the chrome peel due to heat - even when the grill is not alight. Short answer is - there is nothing wrong with your cooker per se, it's simply the way it has been designed (badly)and as for your toast the only solution is to do what we had to do and that is to go and buy a toaster.
Asked by 11Jaffa on 31st January 2015 Report this content
Where can I get parts manual for free?

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Report this content Mendez Written on: 02/02/2015
Enter the following into your search engine - leisurecooker - Manuals - BrochuresManuals
Asked by robmcbride on 2nd December 2014 Report this content
Neither of the front, right or rear right igniters spark when the button is pressed, any ideas on how to fix this?

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Asked by robmcbride on 1st December 2014 Report this content
There is very little gas coming out of the front right hand burner even though the nozzle is clear. Can I just unscrew the unit below to clear it?

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Asked by Gleeson2 on 22nd October 2014 Report this content
My bottom oven won't light but rest of the oven is working fine. Is it safe to use it and what could be the problem?

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Asked by tina.and.keith on 20th October 2014 Report this content
I have recently purchased a Gormet Classic double oven. Everything is working fine but the flame in the bottom oven stays low no matter what the it is set to. Can you help?

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Report this content Mendez Written on: 21/10/2014
Select required heat setting, ignite oven and leave the oven door open until the flames rise (both seen and heard) then close the door.
Report this content tina.and.keith Written on: 20/11/2014
Tried that Mendez. Doesn't work :(
Asked by HelenJeffers on 11th October 2014 Report this content
The bottom (large) oven is not lighting properly. I have had it professionally cleaned, and it still does not work now. Purchased in 2011 - it is a Gourmet Classic 60 Double gas oven What can I do?

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Report this content Mendez Written on: 13/10/2014
All I can say is turn the *button to the required gas mark and push it in and hold until it ignites and then continue to hold for a few more seconds to ensure it remains alight - but then you probably know that already! *Wanted to use the word **b (spelt wrongly cos it need a (k) in front)which it is but apparently according to the jobsworths running this site it is non - pc. Check Collins English Dictionary
Report this content modplod Written on: 13/10/2014
I have also now got the Oven and Grill not lighting as it should. My cooker has been described by the Engineer as being 'Show Room Condition' so I doubt that having it Professionally cleaned has anything to do with your problem. My Cooker is needing the Thermal Couplings, Gas Safety Device and Ignition Componants renewed, this should take place hopefully, within the next few days, however it is worth noting that when the Engineer visited last week he Condemned the Cooker as Unsafe and made me Sign a Declaration 'NOT TO USE THE COOKER' in any way which also included the Hob until the Repairs and obligatory Gas Safety Tests have been fulfilled. My advice would be, to have the Cooker completely checked by a Qualified Gas Engineer before it is used by you or your family for the obvious reasons. As a Retired Police Officer of many years service, I have seen the effects of Gas Explosions and beleive me they are devastating and tradgically they have had drastic results. It is obvious that this Manufacturer is in 'Self Denial' and if they are minded to Sue me, I am more than happy to accomodate them, as I said before, as an Ex Police Officer the Courts do not frighten me nor do High Paid Lawyers in Cheap Suits. Any Reputable Gas Engineer, who inspects your Cooker is duty bound by Law to advise you to make good any repairs by a Fully Qualified and Certified Gas Engineer, they are also Duty Bound to inform you NOT to use the Gas Appliance until the obligatory repairs have been done and the obligatory safety tests are carried out. If you use the Cooker against advice from a Qualified Gas Engineer then You are breaking the law.
Asked by MissB_87 on 22nd July 2014 Report this content
My oven decides to just not light every so often. How do I reset it to light again? I can't remember the button combination.

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Report this content Mendez Written on: 13/10/2014
Hold the gas mark projection (previously known as a [(k)(n)(o)(b)] in until ignition takes place and continue to hold. The top oven is a different matter as it is a pain in the rear end. Reason for brackets jobsworths on this site won't allow correct terminology due to pc brigade.
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