AGA & RAYBURN SERVICES 2017-11-21T14:19:00+00:00

AGA & RAYBURN SERVICES

Staunch and Flow are Central London’s independent service engineers for Aga. We maintain and service all Aga gas cookers.

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AGA & RAYBURN

Aga advises all customers to have their appliance serviced every year. Our staff have completed all necessary Aga and Rayburn courses and have the appropriate Range Cooker certification to work on these cookers.

We charge £160 + VAT for a fully approved Aga service call out and £240 + VAT for a Rayburn. We carry out the full approved Aga/Rayburn services which include taking off the hot plate, checking that all the flues are clean and changing the thermocouple. Parts – including the thermocouple – are not included in the Aga & Rayburn service price. Please also see item 13 in our terms and conditions regarding service visits.

Please note that in order to work on an Aga you must turn off your cooker 24 hours in advance in order for it to have cooled down enough to work on. Continue reading below for advice on how to do this.

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For your information, here are some other Aga parts prices that may be relevant to works that we may need to carry out:

Dome Ropes both lids                                Supply and fit £132 plus VAT

Dome Liners w/insulation both lids        Supply and fit £165 plus VAT

Roasting door Liner w/insulation            Supply and fit £160 plus VAT

Simmer oven door liner w/insulation     Supply and fit £116 plus VAT

Roasting/simmer oven door seals           Supply and fit £110 plus VAT

Aga Chrome Dome Restoration Pkg*      Supply and fit £398 plus VAT

*This comprises of:

2 x New chrome dome tops
2 x Superwool insulation pads
2 x Alloy lid liners
2 x Wire lid seals
1 x Tube of Everflex to stick in place
8 x Fixing screws to hold the domes in place

OTHER SERVICES

Turning your Aga off

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

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If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off? It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Turn the black control tap ’4′ (located in the centre of the numbered ring) through 90 degrees, until the finger grip is at right angles, i.e across the gas pipe.

To turn it off completely: Carry out the above and then turn the main control cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, so that the line on the cock, is across the pipe.

This turns both pilot and main burner off.

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

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If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off? It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Turning the thermostat knob ’4′ clockwise to the ’0′ position.

To turn it off completely:

1. Carry out the above and then press and release the button ’3′ marked with an ’0′ symbol.

2. Turn the main gas cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, until the line marked on the cock, is across the gas pipe.

This turns both pilot and main burner off.

Gas MK 3 Burner (SIT)

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

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If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off?

It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Turning the control knob ’2′ clockwise to the ‘white band’ position.

To turn it off completely:

1. Turn the control knob clockwise to the ‘black dot’ position.

2. Turn the main gas cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, until the line marked on the cock, is across the gas pipe.

3. If your cooker has an electricity supply, this should be turned off as well.

This turns both pilot and main burner off.

Gas MK 3 Burner (Maxitrol)

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

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If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off? It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Either switch off the electricity supply to the Aga (where provided) or turn knob ‘B’ to position ’1′

To turn it off completely:

1. Turn the control knob ‘A’ clockwise to the ‘OFF’ position.

2. Turn the main gas cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, until the line marked on the cock, is across the gas pipe.

3. If your cooker has an electricity supply, this should be turned off as well.

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

aga3

If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off?

It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Turning the control knob ’2′ clockwise to the ‘white band’ position.

To turn it off completely:

1. Turn the control knob clockwise to the ‘black dot’ position.

2. Turn the main gas cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, until the line marked on the cock, is across the gas pipe.

3. If your cooker has an electricity supply, this should be turned off as well.

This turns both pilot and main burner off.

Refer to the sketch below to identify the various controls.

aga4

If your Aga is only to be left for a few days, why turn it off? It doesn’t hurt to leave it on a lower thermostat position.

For longer periods the pilot only may be left on as follows:

Either switch off the electricity supply to the Aga (where provided) or turn knob ‘B’ to position ’1′

To turn it off completely:

1. Turn the control knob ‘A’ clockwise to the ‘OFF’ position.

2. Turn the main gas cock ’1′ through 90 degrees, until the line marked on the cock, is across the gas pipe.

3. If your cooker has an electricity supply, this should be turned off as well.

Converted Aga’s are old solid fuel heat storage units that have been converted to use gas. Most converted Aga’s use a Junkers valve or a more modern 630 eurosit valve. The main different between a normal aga and a converted aga is that the gas valve is on the outside of the aga on the left or the right side. This means that the thermocouple used is not going to be a conventional aga thermocouple. It might be a very long universal thermocouple or it might be a thermocouple with an extension on it. Either way the parts are not standard.

Staunch and Flow try to carry as many parts as possible however parts for the converted Aga’s are very hard to get and can take some time to source. Our team has extensive knowledge of these aga’s and will try to help in every way we can. We do not charge any more to service a recon Aga.

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