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Continuing to operate any faulty appliance within your home is a bad decision, and this is something that is especially the case with cookers in Leamington spa. There are a number of important reasons why it is vitally important that you do not continually operate faulty appliances throughout your home. Firstly, purely in terms of your personal safety, operating a faulty appliance is something which drastically increases the chance of an accident occurring. As well as this, when an appliance stops working at its optimum level, you can find that it has to consume a far higher amount of energy simply to operate, and this is something that will translate to a higher energy bill each month. Purely in terms of safety, faulty cookers in Leamington spa can be quite dangerous due to the high temperatures involved, so it is crucial that you are able to immediately spot if your cooker has developed a problem or not and to take action as soon as possible. What you should do in the event that you spot any of these problems depends on the nature of the problem. Usually, you will either have to arrange for an expert to come and repair your cooker or you will need to go out and look for a new one as your existing cooker has been damaged too much. Below are some of the common signs that can help to warn you if your cooker has developed a fault.

The temperatures are not right

A cooker working at an optimum standard will be able to reach high temperatures that you set on the temperature gauge; however, if your cooker has developed a problem then it will struggle to reach these temperatures and this will be evident if your food is taking far longer to cook than it usually does. If you have noticed this consistently, this is a clear sign that you need your cooker to be inspected by a professional.

Any unusual smells

Although it can be difficult to differentiate the odour coming from your food from any other unusual odours, it is crucially important that you immediately stop using your cooker if you smell any burning or gas smells. If you do smell gas or burning then this is a clear sign that something is seriously wrong with your cooker and you should switch it off straight away and speak to an expert to find out what to do.

If you need a quality cooker at your home, Future Appliances offer an excellent and varied range of cookers in Leamington spa.