Hello, Apologies if this is in the wrong thread but I'll try my luck! I found out recently I had a gas leak so I called a guy after the gas was stopped to get this fixed. I came home from work and he's sawing through the oven connection pipe to the gas meter outside the house, I know nothing about gas engineering so I took him at his word when he told me this needed to be done, I trust him he's a fair man. He got my central heating back on and advised me that I need a new gas oven pipe from the meter to the house. I took this opportunity to upgrade a very old oven that was in the property when I purchased it. I have swapped from a standard gas oven (which was awful!) To a rangemaster 110. The gas engineer is coming out soon to connect me up but the connectors from the wall to the new oven look different to my old oven. Pictures - old connector (Blue glove hand picture) new connector which us a bayonet connection (?) So my question is that because the gas bayonet on the new oven won't fit the brass connector on the wall, what do I need to buy to get my oven working? *my gas guy does my work as a favour so I always try to buy everything I need, but due to the world cup he's not forthcoming on responses and I want the equipment here for when he comes to fit the oven! Thank you for taking the time to read this.