Most of us use our ovens almost every day, an integral part of any kitchen but an appliance you may not fully understand. When something goes wrong with your oven it may seem daunting to consider repairing it yourself, but it doesn’t need to be that difficult!
Here at Cooker Spare Parts we have a range of replacement parts, so no matter what goes wrong with your oven, we have the part that will get it up and running again. We thought it may help to get a better understanding of the important oven parts, so here’s a brief guide about which part does what:
Not a tricky one to understand, but you probably wouldn't give your oven door a second thought unless it becomes faulty. Over time an oven door can become loose, or the glass may get damaged. This isn't a reason to replace your whole appliance, we have a range of replacement doors
, and seals
This is the part of the oven that heats up your food. It allows the heat to be evenly distributed around the oven cavity. If it's faulty your oven is basically useless - a burned out oven element can't be repaired, but luckily we have a huge range of replacement oven elements here
We supply two types of replacement oven fans, the ones which evenly spread hot air around the oven and those that cool it down. Both are very important for your appliance to function correctly. If you have a fault with yours you can find a replacement here.
Thermostats and Regulators
This part lets you control the temperature of your oven - very important to get your meals cooking correctly. When one of these is damaged your oven won't be able to get hot or will become far too hot - either way, a massive pain! To replace a thermostat or regulator, click here
With the selection of oven parts we have on offer we know it may be overwhelming to pick the right part for your oven. Be sure to read our product descriptions carefully to make sure they are compatible with your oven model. If you need any other advice about your replacement parts then feel free to get in touch, call us on 02920 452 510.
If your oven isn’t heating up it’s likely that you have a faulty oven element. A common reason for this is that oven element burning has occurred. Due to the hot temperatures within the oven cavity, it isn’t unusual for it to burn out while enduring the high temperatures.
Without a fully functioning oven element, your oven will be unable to heat up and this means your oven is useless for cooking! So here’s some advice on what you need to do.
How can I tell if my oven element has burned out?
If your oven element has burned out the appearance of it is often a clear indication. It may bright spots and/or patches that look like it has been burned.
What can I do if my oven element is burning?
How do I replace my oven element?
If you need any further advice on what replacement parts you need for your cooker, do not hesitate to get in touch. Give our expert team a call on 02920 452 510.
It's a task that no-one enjoys doing, but it's something everyone eventually has to do, not matter how long you try to put it off. Plus, the longer you leave it, the greater chance there is of your hobs becoming faulty due to a build-up of dirt.
Even though cleaning your hob is not an enjoyable task, it's a task that's worth doing, and we're sure you'll feel glad you've done it once you've completed it.
If cleaning your hob is completely new to you, and you're not sure where to begin, here's a helpful guide on how to clean your ceramic hob:
Important notice: Ceramic hobs are prone to scratches, and therefore it's important that you don't use any abrasive cleaning products, or you could end up ruining the appearance of your hob - and that's the last thing you want to do!
- Start by removing the loose pieces of food with a damp cloth, so you're just left with the stubborn stains that will require a little more work to remove.
- To remove the stubborn stains, apply a small amount of our ceramic hob cleaner fluid or degreasing spray all over the hob.
- Allow to soak, but don't allow it to dry completely - you want the fluid to soften the stains, but you don't want it to become difficult to remove, like the stain you're already trying to get rid of.
- Use a microfibre cloth to clean the majority of the ceramic hob; and if there are any areas that you're still having trouble getting clean, we suggest you use some scrunched up newspaper - it's a rough yet still soft to not cause any damage to the ceramic surface of your hob.
- Wipe down your hob with a damp cloth to remove all of the cleaning fluids and dirt. And now your ceramic hob should look as good as it did when you first purchased it!
To view our entire range of cleaning products, please click here.
Has your oven door glass shattered? If it has, don't panic! We can help you fix this terrible problem. If the oven door glass has shattered, it is important that you take caution to not step on any of the shards of glass and to make the area as safe as possible. You can no longer use your cooker if the oven door glass has shattered, but luckily, we have plenty of replacement oven door glass in stock here at Cooker Spare Parts.
Replacement Oven Door Glass
Suitable for an array of different cookers, the oven door glass we stock will serve as a suitable replacement for most ovens. In a range of different sizes, you can find out which replacement oven door glass is best for you by typing in the make and model number of your cooker at the top of the page.
This system will ensure that you can replace your shattered oven door glass easily and efficiently. Your shattered oven door will be no more! You can find all of our oven door glass replacements
How to Replace Oven Door Glass
Here's how you can replace your shattered oven door glass with your replacement. Replacing your oven door glass is much easier than you may think and most of the time it does not involve any gluing at all.
Separate the door from the oven by lifting the hinge lock on either side of the door. When you move the door up towards the oven, it should separate from the cavity easily. Take care when you do this so you do not hurt yourself on the shattered glass and hold on tight so you do not drop the door.
By removing the four screws on the oven door, you should be able to remove the inner door from the outer door. Place the outer door to one side.
You can now replace the shattered outer door with the replacement oven door glass. You can then place the screws back in and lock the hinges and reattaching the door to the oven.
We hope this helps with your shattered oven door glass! You can find the selection of oven door glass on our website here and if you need any further help just give us a call on 02920 452 510.
Fan assisted ovens have grown in popularity, and they've now become the first choice when selecting a new oven. The increase in popularity is mostly down to the speed and performance of fan ovens. Fan assisted ovens cost a little more in comparison to conventional cookers, however people are more persuaded to pay that little extra cash for a more efficient and even cooking process.
Even though fan ovens are efficient, they aren't prone to faults. If you've had your fan oven for a number of years, it's possible that it may become faulty. Now this isn't a general rule, and your fan oven may be performing faultlessly; however, if your cooker is starting to become faulty, we can help!
If your Fan assisted oven is struggling to heat up, we have a range of cooker spares that will have your cooker performing back at its best!
Your fan oven element is the cooker part that is responsible for producing the heat inside your oven that will enable you to cook your food. If your fan oven element has become faulty, you may notice that your oven is taking a while to heat up, or in extreme cases, will not produce any heat at all! If your fan oven element has become faulty, there's no need to stress and panic - we have a wide range of fan oven elements that we're certain will have your cooker performing as well as it did when you first purchased it. And because we supply such a large selection of fan oven elements, we can guarantee you, you'll find an element that is compatible with your cooker. To view our range of Fan Oven Elements
, please click here
Another part that could be linked to your oven's heating issues is its thermostat. An oven thermostat is the part that measures the temperature of your oven, and will inform your oven to stop heating up once it has reached the temperature you set it to, and will inform it to heat back up if it drops from that temperature. If your oven's thermostat stops working efficiently, and becomes faulty, your oven's temperature will no longer be regulated, and you may find that it will begin to over or underheat. Thankfully, if your oven thermostat has stopped working, we have a large selection of thermostats that will ensure the temperature in your oven is regulated once again! To view our range of Electric Thermostats
, please click here
Before purchasing any parts, we strongly recommend that you check that it is compatible with your appliance. To do this, simply enter the model details of your cooker in to our search filters. If you have any questions, and you wish to speak to our customer service team, please do not hesitate to contact us