For most AGA and Rayburn cookers, regular servicing and maintenance is an essential part of keeping your cooker running safely and effectively.
For most AGA cookers, regular maintenance is both an essential part of keeping your AGA cooker running safely and efficiently, and it is a condition of the warranty.
You should always have your AGA cooker serviced by AGA appointed service provider RepairTech Services UK Ltd or by an AGA Registered Engineer.
If you are looking for servicing, spare parts or repairs in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland please email email@example.com. Alternatively find Waterford Stanley service engineers here.
Recommended AGA service intervals:
|AGA 60 - Electric||No servicing required|
|AGA 60 - Dual Fuel||Every 12 months|
|AGA eR3 Series||No servicing required|
|AGA R3 Series||No servicing required|
|AGA eR7 Series||No servicing required|
|AGA R7 Series||No servicing required|
|AGA Dual Control - Gas||Every 12 months|
|AGA Dual Control - Electric||Every 5 years for a full service, with an interim service recommended every two and a half years|
|AGA Total Control||Every 5 years for a full service, with an interim service recommended every two and a half years|
|Traditional AGA - Gas||Every 12 months|
|Traditional AGA - Electric||Every 12 months|
|Traditional AGA - Oil||Every 6 months|
Depending on the model of you Rayburn, servicing should be carried out once or twice a year by a fully trained, competent engineer.
Solid-fuel Rayburn cookers will require chimney sweeping as well as regular cleaning of the appliance flueways, please consult the manufacturer instructions for more information.
Rayburn reserves the right to make alterations to the design, material and construction of the appliance.