The gas engineer who installed it thinks it might be a thermostat problem and proposes to charge £90 to replace it and then, if still a problem, to charge a further £190 to change the gas valve. (And will not give a reduced quote to replace both anyway despite that a large part of the effort involved would be common to both operations)
THis is on top of already having paod £!60 this year for the service and replacement of the front bar supporting the coals.
I'm loth to spend money when the cause of the fault remains unknown lest the total money paid this year would exceed the cost of a completely new fire.
Does anyone have experience of this particular gas fire and its faults?