Cleaning the cooker is a chore we put off for as long as possible. Yet, failing to remove grease or burnt on food from the appliance can increase the risk of faults and unpleasant odours.
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When it comes to keeping your cooker running one of the most important things is to be able to diagnose faults. By being able to diagnose faults, you’ll be able to spot and rectify them sooner – keeping your cooker working to its full potential for longer.
As with all kitchen appliances, the list of faults which can (and do) occur with cookers is extensive. But there are a few faults which are more common than others and below we’ve outlined (in no particular order) the ten most common cooker faults.
Check out this video, friends. You’ll see that even if your cooker loks worn out, it doesn’t mean it has to be destined for the scrapheap. All it can take is a couple of fix-its, and you can have your oven looking like new again.
If you need that oven door seal to avoid a turkey disaster, or your vacuum cleaner extension tube has cracked and your having the in-laws over, have no fear – so long as you place your order in good time we can make sure you have your spares before the 25th.
The latest you can order to guarantee delivery before the big day is Monday 20th December for standard delivery, and Tuesday 21st December for next day delivery.
These dates only apply to orders despatched to UK addresses for products marked as ‘In Stock’. Additionally, we can’t guarantee pre-Christmas delivery if there’s further major snow disruption as there was earlier in the month. Fingers crossed we don’t get a white Christmas!
The oven. One of the most important and regularly used appliances in the kitchen. It’s not inconceivable that you use it multiple times a day. Without it, you couldn’t make lasagne; enough said. For this reason, replacing your oven has got to be a measured decision. And the first thing you have to decide? Well, that would be whether to go for gas or electric. Both energy sources have pros, both have cons. So which is more suitable for you?