How to Replace Your Oven Door Handle
You don't know how important your Oven Door Handle is until it's gone. Without your door handle, you're going to struggle to open your oven door to get into your oven cavity. With age, your oven door handle can become loose and if it is pulled or hit with a large force, it may come off or even break. When this happens, you should look into replacing your oven door handle.

If your oven door handle has fallen off or has broken, there's no need to panic, we have got you covered! Here at Cooker Spare Parts, we have a terrific range of Oven Door Handles to replace your faulty oven door handle. Here's a guide on how to replace your oven door handle with ease. 

How to Replace Your Oven Door Handle

  1. Disconnect your appliance before starting to replace your oven door handle.

  2. Remove the oven door from the cooker. Once your cooker is safe to use, you can begin work on replacing your oven door handle by removing the faulty one. To do this, lift up the hinge catches; lift the door up and away from your oven.

  3. Remove the inner door and hinges from your oven door. To do this, undo the 4 screws at the bottom and the 2 screw at the top of your inner door. Once, the screws are removed carefully remove your inner door and hinges.

  4. Unscrew the oven door handle from the bracket. The bracket may not be fully connected so please be careful. 

  5. Screw your new oven door handle into place. Ensure that all washers are on the screw and the plastic washer goes on the outside of the door. It's important that you don't screw the first side of your door handle too tightly, as you'll struggle bringing it up the other side of the door handle. Also, when fitting the other side of the door handle, place the plastic washer in first, lay the door flat, and put the screw and other washers in place.

  6. Refit the inner part of your door, and screw in place

  7. Now, refit the oven door. Make sure you hook the hinge up into the oven, and drop it down, ensuring it's secure by putting the locks in place.

  8. And there you have it; you've just replaced your oven door handle, congrats! 

To view our collection of Oven Door Hinges, please click here. If you have any questions or problems, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Replacement Grill Parts
An oven grill is the part of your cooker which emits the heat needed to cook food and can be used to grill your food by directing heat onto the food from above. If your grill element no longer turns on or tends to cook food unevenly, you may need a replacement grill part. That's why here at CookerSpareParts we stock a multitude of different replacement grill parts suitable for most cookers on the market. 
Here's a quick look at some of the replacement grill parts we have to offer: 

Hotpoint EW74X Twin Replacement Grill Parts

Hotpoint EW74X Twin Replacement Grill Parts
These twin replacement grill parts are suitable for a wide range of Hotpoint and Indesit cooker models due to their 460mm width. With an output of up to 2660W, this twin grill is ideal for those looking to replace the entire grill element of their oven. Easy to install and with an 180-day guarantee, this replacement grill part may be exactly what you're looking for.

Hotpoint EG900X Grill Element

Hotpoint EG900X Replacement Grill Part
This replacement dual grill part is a genuine replacement for many Hotpoint cookers, including the Hotpoint EG900X. Luckily, it also works with Ariston, Cannon and Indesit cookers and you can check if it will fit your model by going to our homepage and entering the model number and manufacturer of your cooker into the search bar into our calculator. It also reaches temperatures of 3050 watts ensuring your cooker will be efficiently cooking your food in no time at all. 

Replacement Grill Part for Left or Right Side of Grill

Replacment Grill Part for Left or Right Side of Grill
This singular replacement grill part is suitable for cookers that are broken on just one side of the grill. Reaching an output of 1330W and suitable for a range of cookers from the Hotpoint, Belling, Creda, Indesit, Jackson and Cannon ranges, this replacement grill part will restore your cooker back to its original state in no time at all. 
To browse our full range of replacement grill parts, just click here
Please ensure you check that your replacement grill part is compatible with your oven by using our oven checker on the homepage and if you have any questions feel free to contact us with any queries.
Rubber Oven Door Seals

If you discover that your oven is not cooking food as well as it did before, or it doesn't seem to be reaching the temperatures you need it to, it may be worth checking your oven door rubber seal. 

A rubber seal for an oven door is a cooker part which is responsible for keeping as much hot air in the oven as possible. You can find it attached to the metal inner part of your oven and the glass on your oven door. If you look closely, you will find that there are actually two types of rubber seals for an oven door. One is for the oven frame and the other sits behind the front and back section of the door. The first kind can easily be replaced by yourself, but the second requires professional help.

If you are thinking about replacing your rubber seal for your oven door yourself, we have a varied range of rubber oven door seals here at Cooker Spare Parts that should suit your needs - such as this Oven Door Seal (Part Number: C00111687). This seal will fit a selection of Hotpoint and Ariston cooker models, and is one of the most popular oven door seals we sell.

How to replace your Rubber Seal For an Oven Door 

Step One

Remove the old rubber seal by loosening any holding screws on the innards of the oven door. 

Step Two

Be sure to clean away any leftover grease or dirt. Any leftover grease could lead to the replacement rubber seal for your oven door becoming unstuck. Take a look at our cooker cleaning products here if you need some help!

Step Three

Dry the area after cleaning it and begin to place the new seal in the place of the old one. Press down the sides as you go to secure it properly.

Step Four

Use the holding screws you replaced earlier to keep the rubber seal in place. 

Step Five 

Once you have made your way around the entire oven door, take one last look to ensure the rubber seal is straight. Slide your fingers along the length of the rubber seal for an oven door to make sure there are no bumps or gaps.

And it's as easy as that! If you need any help with this process, we're on hand to help whenever you need.

If you have any questions about this process or rubber seals for an oven door you can call our experts on 02920 452 510.  If you'd like to browse our full range of rubber seals for an oven door, just click here
If you regularly use your hobs on your cooker, finding out you have a faulty hob element is bad news for for you! Your ceramic hob element is vitally important as it is the cooker part that is responsible for producing the heat in your hobs, and therefore it's vitally important that you replace them as soon as they start to become faulty - you'll be able to tell if your element is faulty if there is any damage inside the element or the cut out (the part across the top of the element) has tripped. 

Here at Cooker Spare Parts we have a comprehensive range of hob elements for you to choose from, and we're confident they'll have your hob performing as well as it did when you first purchased it. 

If you've purchased a new ceramic hob element, but you're unsure how to fit it, we created this little guide to help you fit you fit your new element, and get your hob working again as quick as possible. 

How to Replace a Ceramic Hob Element

  1. Turn off the power to your oven. Before starting any work, please make sure your appliance is unplugged.
  2. Next, remove the top of your cooker. To do this, remove the four screw that are holding it in place. In some cooker models, you may also have to remove the rivet. If you don't have long nails, and you're having trouble removing the rivet - you can use a box cutter or pen knife, by easing it between the rivet and the oven top. Once there's a big enough gap, get a less sharp object, in between and ease it away from your hob top.
  3. Remove the warning light. Now that you've removed all four screws and rivets, you can remove the hob top from your cooker - but be careful as your cooker's warning light is still attached. Your warning light can easily be slipped out, allowing you to remove the hob top completely. 
  4. Remove the electrical connections to your element. Once you know which element is faulty, you can remove the electrical connections. These can be complicated to put back in, so we recommend you take note of them by taking a photo. These connections can also be quite stiff, so if required, we recommend you use a flat head screwdriver to gently ease them off. 
  5. Lift off the element. Once all the connections are disconnected, you can lift off the element by un-clipping the brackets from the cooker. 
  6. Remove the brackets. Your new element will not be supplied with brackets, so you're going to have to remove the brackets from your cooker and attach them to your new element. There are numbers along the element that will indicate where you should fit your bracket on to your element - you're going to have to match it with your old element. 
  7. Re-connect the element and the electrical connection to your cooker. Once you have fitted the brackets to your element, you can clip the element back into place, and reconnect the electrical connections using your photo as a reference - there may be a slight difference on where your black lead will fit onto your electrical connector, it should be connected to the connection where the coil of the element ends.
  8. Re fit the top of your hob. Now that all the electrical connections are in place, you can fit the your hob top back on to your cooker, ensuring your warning light fits back into its position.
  9. And there you have it; you've just replaced your ceramic hob element.
If you've got any questions or you have any problems, please do not hesitate to contact us - we'd be more than happy to help and ensure your cooker is back up and running again.
Have you found that your cooker is always overheating and your meals are turning out overcooked? Well one of the cooker parts that try to prevent this from happening is your Thermal Cut Out Switch - but what exactly is a thermal cut out switch?

What is A Thermal Cut-Out Switch

Your Thermal Cut Out Switch will cut out the power supply if your cooker exceeds a set temperature and excess heat starts to build up inside your cooker. This is a problem as there is a risk that some cooker part may become damaged if your cooker gets too hot - such as your oven element. If your cooker's element becomes faulty, your cooker will struggle to produce any heat, which is a major problem, and therefore it's vitally important that your Thermal Cut Out Switch is replaced as soon as you notice it has become faulty, to prevent your oven element from also becoming faulty.

Replacing your thermal switch will not only stop any other parts from becoming faulty, but will also save you money when it comes to your energy bills, which is an added bonus. If your cut out switch has become faulty, we have an terrific range of Thermal Switches and Door Switches that will prevent you're cooker from overheating and ensure your cooker is back to normal.

If you have any questions, or you've stumbled across any problems please do not be afraid to contact us - we'd be more than happy to help.