universal oven handle

An oven door handle is not something that often requires a lot of thought, however, as soon as it becomes faulty suddenly you’re going to notice. It’s one of those “don’t know what you have until you lose it’ oven components, but there’s no need to worry – we have you covered.

Our Universal Oven Door Handle will fit all Creda, Indesist and Jackson cooker models. Over time your handle may have become loose, or you may have opened it with too much force which caused it to become unattached. Either way, this excellent oven door handle replacement will sort out your problems.

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If you need a replacement for any other model of cooker you can browse through our full range of replacement oven handles. All are excellent quality whether you need a genuine space part or a more affordable replacement.

For information on how to remove your faulty oven door handle and how to replace it with your universal door handle then you can read our blog post on this here.

For any further information on what replacement part will suit your cooker, do not hesitate to get in touch. Our expert team is here to help and can be reached by calling 02920 452 510

Zanussi Oven Parts
If you have a Zanussi Oven, you may be interested to know that these clever Italian design cookers have been serving families over the world for over a century. Since 1916, Zanussi's sole aim has been to make their customers lives easier, which is why Zanussi Ovens are welcomed into the homes of so many families worldwide. 
However, sometimes even the best of cookers can stop working as well as they use to. But we're here to help you with that! You don't need to replace your oven just yet. We have plenty of Zanussi Oven Parts in stock which will get your oven back up and running again in no time at all. You can thank us later. 
Take a look at the Zanussi Oven Parts below and which ones you may need. 

Zanussi Oven Control Knobs

Zanussi Control Knobs
Is your Zanussi Oven looking a little tired and worn? Freshen up the exterior by replacing them with new control knobs. Not only will you increase the functionality of the oven, you'll also make it look much better. Browse our control knobs which are completely compatible with Zanussi Ovens here. 

Zanussi Oven Cooker Door Catches & Pins


Zanussi Door Catches
If your door has started to come loose or is starting to feel a little wobbly, you may be in need of one of these Zanussi Oven parts! Replacing the door catches and pins on your oven door may solve a variety of problems, including your oven not heating up properly. If your door is not attached properly, it can let heat escape - so it may be worth replacing your oven door catch first. Browse our range of Zanussi Oven Door Catches here. 

Zanussi Oven Replacement Grill Elements

Zanussi Grill Elements
A common oven fault is the breakdown of the Grill Element. If your grill has broken down, you will not be able to receive any heat in your oven cavity. This is a big issue, but you'll be relieved to know that it can easily be replaced! This Zanussi Oven part can be slotted in the place of the broken grill element (though we would advise getting a professional to do it if you're unsure) and will have the oven working again as good as new. Browse our range of Zanussi suitable Grill Elements here. 
We have plenty more Zanussi Oven parts in stock here at CookerSpareParts, so if these replacements are not what you're looking for, just click here. You can also get in touch with us on 02920 452 510 if you need any extra assistance. 
universal cooker knobs

Is your oven looking a little tired and run down? If the answer is yes, replacing your old cooker knobs with universal cooker knobs can go a long way!

Now, it may be self-explanatory, but universal cooker knobs are universal and can fit any type of oven. That's why we have such a large selection of universal cooker knobs included in our range of replacement control knobs. Here at Cooker Spare Parts (we know how difficult it can be looking for the right spare part for your oven!); but once you've got your universal cooker knob, how exactly do you attach it to the oven? 
Follow our guide on how to replace your universal cooker knobs to find out!
Guide: How to Replace Cooker Knobs

Step One

  • Remove your old cooker knobs by pinching and pulling it away from the oven. Once there is a gap between the cooker knob and the oven, use something flat like a butter knife or spoon to pry the knob away from the oven. 

Step Two  

  • Universal cooker knobs come with a range of different spindle inserts. Simply select the spindle insert that fits onto your cooker and slot it onto the back of the universal cooker knob.

Step Three

  • From there, you should be able to easily re-attach your new cooker knob. Just slot it back into place and ta-da you have a functioning and good looking new universal cooker knob. 

We hope this guide has helped you spruce up your cooker! Browse our full range of cooker knobs from Cooker Spare Parts here. 
Your cooker is an appliance you pretty much use every day, but it is also one that you have no idea how it works, unless you're a handyman. Of course everyone knows the basics - it produces heat that enables you to cook your food, but when it breaks it can be very daunting for someone who has little knowledge of cookers, but in most cases, the problem can be easily fixed, and you can even do the repair work yourself. 

If the glass in your oven door has smashed, or you wish to remove it to give it a clean, removing it from your oven door is a simple procedure, and only requires a little DIY skill. If you need help removing the glass from your oven door, follow this simple guide:

How to Remove Your Cooker's Oven Door Glass

Safety Notice: Please ensure your cooker is disconnected before starting any work.

  1. Open your door and lift the lock on both hinges
  2. Close your oven door - the hinge locks will prevent it from closing, causing your hinges to separate from the main oven.
  3. Lift the oven door away from your cooker - make sure you keep a firm grip of your oven door.
  4. Separate the inner door glass from main outer door. To do this, remove the screws that are holding the two pieces together. These screws can be found near the hinges and at the top of the oven door. 
  5. Your inner door will now lift away from your main outer door.
  6. There you have it, you've just removed the glass from your oven door. Told you, you can do it!
To view our range of replacement oven door glass, please click here. If you need any more advice, we'd be more than happy to help! Just give us a call on 02920 452 510!
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Electrolux Oven Problems

These popular Electrolux ovens can be found in most households across the UK. If you're having Electrolux Oven Problems you've come to the right place. We are specialists in oven repairs and cooker spare parts, so today we will take a look at the things that could be causing problems in your Electrolux Oven. 

Electrolux Oven Will Not Heat Up

If you're having problems with your Electrolux oven heating up, we can solve this problem for you. Here are a few things that could be causing this issue. 

If your oven burner is broken, your Electrolux oven will not be able to produce any heat. Fortunately, you do not have to replace your oven - just the oven burner! Read our guide on how to do it here

A faulty oven door could be the cause of the Electrolux Oven problems. If the oven door is not closing properly, all of the heat could be escaping. You can get a new door seal for your Electrolux oven here.

Electrolux Oven Hob Problems 

  • Electrolux Oven Hob not heating up
If your Electrolux Oven Hob isn't heating up at all and the rings are not turning red, there could be a fundamental problem with the mechanisms inside your hob. This would require a new cooker ring. Luckily, we have a wide range available suitable for Electrolux Ovens. 
  • Electrolux Oven Hob not distributing heat evenly 
This Electrolux Oven problem does not necessarily need a new cooker ring, just a hob plate. If you find one side of your hob heats up better than the other, a hob plate will spread the heat more evenly for your food. 

Electrolux Oven Getting Too Hot

If your Electrolux Oven is getting too hot, this may mean that the thermostat is broken. The thermostat is the part of the oven which regulates the temperature, so if you find your food is getting burnt to a crisp, an issue with your thermostat is most likely the problem. We have spare Electrolux suited thermostats available for both Electric and Gas ovens here at Cooker Spare Parts. 

This was a brief look at some of the most common Electrolux Oven problems, but if you find you have any other issues feel free to contact us on 02920 452 510 or browse our full range of Electrolux Oven Spares.