As anyone who has cleaned their cooker before knows, oven shelves are prone to a quite a bit of wear and tear. This is why our range of replacement oven shelves
are a great option for anyone who believes their oven shelves may be past their sell-buy date.
Over years of use, your oven shelves may begin to corrode, which could ultimately lead them to collapse. If your oven shelf collapses, it could also lead to further damage within your oven; which is why it is good to be prepared and find some replacement oven shelves before this can happen.
Here are a few replacement oven shelves we have available here at Cooker Spare Parts:
- Hotpoint UY46X Oven Shelf - These replacement oven shelves are suitable for even more cooker models, such as Hotpoint, Indesit, Cannon, Creda and Jackson.
Your oven thermostat is very important; it is responsible for ensuring that your oven heats up to the set temperature and that it remains regulated at all times. That's why it's important to know how to replace your oven thermostat if you find it is no longer working.
If your cooker is overheating or isn't heating up sufficiently there could possibly be a problem with your thermostat. This is when you should look to purchase a replacement.
Here are the signs to look out for to confirm you need to replace your oven thermostat:
- Temperature inside oven cavity seems to be far too hot
- The temperature inside the oven does not reach the level you've set it to
- There's no click when you turn the control knob
Luckily we stock a wide range of replacement oven thermostats here at Cooker Spare Parts. To browse our selection please click here.
Now that you've purchased your oven thermostat, the next step is replacing it - but if you're not a cooker expert, this can be difficult. This is where Cooker Spare Parts comes in to help! Below, is an easy to follow step-by-step guide that will instruct you through the process of how to replace your oven thermostat.
Step-by-Step How to Replace Your Oven Thermostat
- Safety first! Please ensure that your cooker is switched off at the mains before you begin to replace your oven thermostat.
- Next, locate the thermostat that is currently fitted to your cooker. The control of your oven thermostat is situated behind your control knob, and the capillary tube is situated at the top of your oven cavity.
- To get to the back of your cooker if you have a built-in oven, you'll need to remove it from its cavity. To do this, remove the fitting screws - located on the rim of your oven - and unplug the cables. Then you can lift it out of the cavity.
- The next step in how to replace your oven thermostat is to remove the oven door. To do this, move the latch on your hinge to the open position; close the door up, and then lift it out.
- Unclip the capillary tube. Now that you can access the inside of your oven, you can now remove the thermostat's capillary tube which is situated at the top, and back of your oven. To remove it, simply un-clip it, move it around and let it hang in your oven.
- Next, remove your back and top oven panels. These may be held together by Torx screws, so it may require you to have a Torx set.
- Remove the capillary tube. Now that you have access to the back of your oven, you'll be able to see the wire feeding from the top and around your oven, and into the oven cavity. Pull the capillary tube out of the oven cavity.
- Now, you need to remove the fixing bracket that is keeping the wire of the thermostat in place. This again requires Torx screws.
- It's now time to remove the control of your thermostat. Before removing anything, we strongly recommend you take note of how the wires fitted; so when you come to rewire your new thermostat, you can do it in the same way.
- Take a photo of how it is wired. Once you have taken note of how it's wired, you can remove the clips and the control knob.
- Remove the screws that are holding the thermostat control in place. Then you can simply remove the thermostat from the control panel.
- Finally, to replace your oven thermostat, just do the opposite of what you have just done - fix it to your control panel; rewire it; feed the wire through and fit the capillary tube back into the oven cavity, and fix everything back together.
If you have any questions regarding how to replace your oven thermostat, please do not hesitate to contact us by calling 02920 452 510, or email email@example.com - one of the cooker experts that make up our customer service team will be more than happy to assist you!
You never know how important something is until it's gone - and that can be said about your oven door handle. Without a handle, you're going to struggle to open your oven door, of course. And this cooker part isn't the most sturdy thing in the world; and over time, and after constant use, your oven door handle may become loose and can ever break off your cooker.
If you're looking to replace your oven door handle, you'll be pleased to know that here at Cooker Spare Parts
we have an excellent selection of Oven Door Handle Replacements
that will ensure you're no longer having issues accessing your oven. If you wish to view some of our door handles, please click here
Here are some of our most popular Oven Door Handle Replacements:
If you're looking for an oven door handle replacement for your Indesit cooker, then look no further than this Indesit oven door handle. This oven handle has a chrome finish matching the rest of the components of your cooker. It's really simple to fit this door handle; it only requires you to screw it in to place. It's a genuine Indesit part, so quality is guaranteed - but it won't fit every Indesit cooker model, so please check that this part will fit your cooker before purchasing.
There's no need to live with a faulty oven door handle; especially when we have such a fantastic range of replacements. One of the more popular handles from this range is this white oven door handle. It is an excellent replacement part for a range of Hotpoint and Indesit cooker models - and will enable you to open your oven door again with total ease!
Is a loose or broken oven door handle making it difficult for you to access the oven cavity of your Creda cooker? Well, we have good news - you no longer have to struggle thanks to this replacement oven door handle! Even thought this oven door handle fits several Creda cooker models - we do recommend that you check it is compatible with your appliance before you make your purchase.
Is your oven constantly overheating? Before considering replacing your whole appliance, there are a few things that could be causing your oven to get too hot. Typical causes are a faulty thermostat, cooling fan, or oven element - if any of these are not fully functioning it may be the cause of your oven's overheating problem.
This is a problem, as not only will your meals be overcooked, but there is also a risk of cooker's components becoming damaged, and causing them to become faulty. Read on to learn more about how to resolve your overheating problem!
What could be causing my oven to overheat?
If your oven is overheating it is most likely to be caused by a faulty part. More often then not it'll be your thermostat, cooling fan or oven element that is causing the problem. Read our guide to figure out which one is causing you a problem and how to get a replacement part.
If your oven's temperature is higher than what you set it to, then it's likely that your thermostat has become faulty and requires replacing. Your oven's thermostat role is to measure your oven's temperature and once it has reached the temperature you've set it to it'll inform your cooker to stop heating up and to just remain at that temperature. If your oven thermostat is faulty, it won't be reading the temperature of your oven accurately, causing it to over or under heat - but there's no need to panic, we have a superb selection of oven thermostats that will stop your oven from overheating and will ensure it is back to cooking at its best once again. To view our range of Oven Thermostats, please click here
Your cooling fan is another oven part that prevents your cooker from getting too hot. Here at Cooker Spare Parts, we have a comprehensive range of oven cooling fans for you to choose from - whichever cooker model you own, we're confident you'll be able to find a replacement for your cooling fan. To view our range of cooling fan's, please click here
The final part that could be causing your oven to overheat is the your oven element. Your element is the part that is directly responsible for producing the heat that allows you to cook your meals. If your oven element is faulty, it may be producing more heat than is needed. If your element is showing signs of any faults, it's paramount that you replace it as soon as possible, as it is vitally important that it is working efficiently. We have a gigantic selection of oven elements - to view range of oven elements, please click here
If you have any questions or you're experiencing any issues, please do not be afraid to contact us by calling 02920 452 510
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- one of the cooker experts that make up our customer service team will be happy to help!