Modern gas cookers use an electronic ignition system to light each burner – this system consists of a spark control module installed in the control panel, and an igniter on each individual hob. Whether one hob or several is not working properly, if you follow the following steps we can determine exactly what it is that’s at fault using only a screwdriver.

  • Examine the sparks made by each of the hobs and compare them to eachother. A well-functioning ignition will make 3 to 5 blue sparks every second, so if one doesn’t perform as well as the others you know that ignition is bad.

See our selection of ignition generators here.

  • Listen out for the frequency of the sparks – an igniter which works correctly will steadily create 3 to 5 sparks every second, so if they are slower it may be the result of reverse polarity. If you’re in a situation where no sparks are being created whatsoever, the spark module needs replacing.

See our selection of spark modules here.

  • You may also want to check if there is any food stuck to the igniter as this may prevent it from sparking.
  •  Lastly, you may want to try pulling the cooker away from the wall, unplugging the power cord, and removing the back panel by taking the screws out with a screwdriver. Then examine the spark module for any misplaced wires, or any signs of damage.
If you need a new part for your hob, or if you have any questions for our team of kitchen appliance experts, please feel free to contact us today.

As you probably know by now, we’re massive foodies here at Cooker Spare Parts. As if to prove it, we’ve come up with a list of our 5 favourite British-based food blogs so you can start to enjoy them too. Get ready to salivate…

The Crazy Kitchen

The Crazy Kitchen is run by mother of 3, Helen, and features some truly scrumptious desserts, along with a whole other range of quality home cooking. This blog is big on tasty family cooking, but even bigger on good, seasonal, fun sweets and treats. If you want to get your little ones into good food early on, this is definitely a great blog to start with.

 

Bangers and Mash

Bangers and Mash is again run by a mother and puts a strong focus on good family food! There are some great recipes on this blog for feeding large groups of people for a relatively small cost, which (it goes without saying) is very handy. What you will also find on Bangers and Mash are experiments with interesting and unique flavours, and they also have a varied spice trail to get your teeth into.

 

A Glug of Oil

A Glug of Oil is a foodie haven that we find ourselves spending a lot of time on! As well as stunning, well thought-out recipes, you will also find some brilliant first-hand reviews of kitchen gadgets and accessories – and if you’re anything like us, we go wild for new gadgets to play around with in the kitchen. Get on over to Glug of Oil!

 

Amuse Your Bouche

Amuse Your Bouche is our favourite vegetarian food blog! We love that its recipes are never over-complicated, though they’re never afraid to be adventurous with ingredients – you have to check out the Pomegranate Daiquiris! If you consider yourself a vegetarian foodie, or you just want to start eating more veggie meals, then Amuse Your Bouche is the way forward.

 

British Bakeware

Last but by no means least, we just adore the British Bakeware blog! What we love about this blog is the fact that it’s a no-nonsense recipe resource, with a bit of a focus on baking, unsurprisingly enough. Utilising unique recipes that incorporate flavours from around the world, if you are struggling for foodie inspiration then you must head on over to British Bakeware. 

When something goes wrong with your cooker and you require some Hotpoint spares to remedy this, you want as little fuss as possible. Your cooker is already broken – which is a faff – so you obviously want the quickest, easiest, and most direct route to solving it.

We are confident that the quickest, easiest, and most direct way to obtain Hotpoint spares is through cooker spare parts, and here are 5 reasons why:

1. Using our specific-search filter on the right hand screen allows you to search through our list of parts by your Hotpoint cooker model – this means you’ll never end up with a part that is non compatible.


2. We go to great lengths to get the best possible price from our suppliers, meaning we can offer you the most competitive price around for all of our Hotpoint spares.


3. A lot of our parts are manufactured by Hotpoint themselves making them super high-quality and perfectly compatible.


4. You needn’t be a trained engineer to fit most of our Hotpoint spares, so you can save further funds by fitting them yourself.


5. With our super-speedy delivery service, we’ll be able to get your Hotpoint parts over to you in just 3-5 working days!

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Creda is part of the Hotpoint family (which in turn is owned by Indesit - the appliance industry can be confusing sometimes!) but it's still a well-known brand in its own right, and plenty of cookers up and down the country bear the Creda name.

Click here to buy spare parts for your Creda appliance!

If your kitchen is one of the many that relies on a Creda cooker, you'll be relieved to hear that we have an entire section of our website devoted to Creda spares. Ovens do break down from time to time, but a minor malfunction doesn't mean that you should scrap your trusty Creda appliance and stump up the cash for a brand new one. Just order the appropriate part from Cooker Spare Parts, and you'll be cooking again in no time!

Here are some examples of the Creda spares that we supply:

If you're struggling to find the spare that you need for your Creda cooker, feel free to ring us up on 02920 452 510. We'll do whatever we can to help!