When your gas cooker is performing as it should, life is good. But, if it starts to start to become faulty, it can really begin to frustrate you, as a lot relies on your cooker - such as being able to eat a home-cooked meal. You may be put off from using your cooker if it's beginning to become faulty, and may be tempted to just replace your entire gas cooker - but that's an expensive and time-consuming solution to your problem. Gas cooker repairs can seem daunting, and you may not want to deal with the problem yourself, but it doesn't have to be difficult.

In the vast majority of cases, the reason your cooker is no longer working properly is down to one simple part that can easily be replaced. However, because your cooker has many parts, it can be hard to distinguish whatt is causing your gas cooker to stop working. 
However, luckily for you, here at Cooker Spare Parts, we have a pretty good knowledge of how your gas cooker works and all the different parts to it. So, to help you diagnose the problem with your gas cooker, we're going to go through some of the likely problems with your gas cooker, and which part you should replace to resolve it. 

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There's No Heat Being Produced in my Oven?!

Is your oven turned on but there's little to no heat being produced at all? This is a big problem, as without heat, you can't cook your meals. The part responsible for producing the heat in the oven of your gas cooker is your Oven Burner. If your burner is faulty, it may produce very little heat - or even worse - may not ignite at all! But, help is at hand! We have an excellent selection of Replacement Oven and Grill Burners that will have your gas cooker heating up without any problems, and will have you cooking your meals. To view our range of replacement burners, please click here

My Oven Temperature is Inconsistent?!

Is the oven of your gas cooker finding it hard to regulate its cooking temperature? Is it constantly over or under-heating? If you're experiencing any of these issues, then you've got a faulty thermostat. The role of your thermostat is to monitor the temperature of your oven, and shut off the voltage to your igniter once the temperature you have set is reached. This cycle is constantly repeated throughout the time your cooker is in action, to ensure the temperature of your oven is constantly regulated. If your gas oven thermostat is faulty, there's no need to worry, we have a brilliant selection of Replacement Gas Oven Thermostats that will ensure the temperature in your oven is regulated once again. Click here to view our range of thermostats. 

May Gas Igniter Won't Spark?!

Is there no spark in your gas cooker's igniter? Without a spark you're going to struggle, to light your gas burner, which will mean your oven will be unable to cook your food, which is a horrible situation to find yourself in. Here at Cooker Spare Parts we want to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy a home cooked meal, so in order to get your gas cooker sparking again, we supply a range of Spark Generators & Cooker Ignition Switches, that'll allow you to light the gas and cook your meals once again! To view our selection of spark generators & ignition switches, please click here
If you're still unsure as to why your gas cooker is no longer working efficiently, or as to which gas cooker repairs are needed for your cooker to function properly, give our customer service team a call on 02920 452 510 - they'd be more than happy to help and diagnose the problem with your cooker, and which part you need to purchase to resolve this.