Do you know where your cooker model number is? Before you start browsing our website for cooker spares, we strongly recommend that you make a note of your appliance's model number.

We stock a huge number of parts here at Cooker Spare Parts, and since many of them look very similar to one another, it's a good idea to know exactly what kind of cooker you're trying to fix!

Bottom line: entering your manufacturer name and model number (e.g. Hotpoint DHS53X) when searching the Cooker Spare Parts website will ensure that we only show you parts that are compatible with your cooker.

Unfortunately, cooker manufacturers don't always make their model numbers easy to spot.

To find out your model number, you'll need to find the cooker's data badge. The model number will be included among the infromation on the badge.

A cooker's data badge which contains your cooker model number usually looks something like this:

Cooker Model Number Example
In this example, the model number is SDF6 7HF.

So where's my cooker model number?

This is the tricky part because your cooker model number's location depends on what type of cooker you own. On most appliances, the data badge can be found in one of the following places:

  • Behind the frame of the oven door
  • On the side of the oven door
  • Behind the flap at the base of the appliance
  • On the side of the appliance
  • On the back of the appliance

In some cases, you may have to move your cooker away from the wall in order to inspect its cooker model number. However, before you do that, we recommend visiting our Help Centre page and selecting your manufacturer from our drop-down list - this will give you more specific information about how to locate your appliance's model number.

If you're still struggling, give us a call on 02920 452 510 and our cooker experts will be happy to help you out.

I've found my model number! What next?

Now that you've got your cooker model number to hand, simply head to the Cooker Spare Parts homepage and enter your manufacturer name (e.g. Belling) and model number (e.g. DB90) in the boxes provided. We'll then show you a list of compatible parts, and you can either select the item you need from that list or narrow it down further by specifying a part type and/or searching for a specific keyword phrase.

Can't find your model number? Visit our Help Centre!