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Fitting A New Cooker

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:cry My little two burner and grill cooker has finaly given up the ghost, so I'm taking the opportunity to fit a new two burner, grill and oven one, (only because I got it for a good price) I'm going to alter the cubby hole where the old one is and line it all with stainless steel, and then get the gas connected by a corgi reg fitter, probably Moonfleet because it's next door to our marina, what I want to know is do I have to get a new BSS certificate, or does the gas fitter give me a certificate or something to say it has passed and is safe,, cheers cheers
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As I understand it, you have a duty to maintain the vessel in a state that would comply with the BSS between certificates, therefore if the job is done or at least certified by a C.O.R.G.I. regisered fitter then that would seem to comply and there should be no need to re test.

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