Hello Gordon, my name is George..
If you can wait a few moments, I will try to find the correct part number for the replacement valve
When these valves start to play-up as yours has done, then it is best to replace rather than to attempt to repair due to the possibility that they can leak gas
How easy is it to replace them? Does it require gas capability? Or should I get a CORGI engineer?
Sorry that took so long... Here is a link to the one you need Creda 48132 Dual Thermostat
Yes, you need a Gas-Safe (Corgi) engineer to replace the valve as you'll need to brake into the gas system of the appliance
If you supply me with a postcode I may be able to find one for you
It is relatively easy to replace them, however, safety is utmost being as a faulty replacement can kill
Hi George. Sorry Thanks for the info. FK7 0QD is me.
Had to step out myself!!
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Many many thanks!
You're welcome Gordon
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