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

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. 
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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. Click the buttons below to browse ovens:
 Electric Oven Thermostats                                                            Gas Oven Thermostats 
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 click the button below to browse our full range of Electrolux Oven Spares: 
gas cooker parts

Your cooker is an appliance you use near enough every day, but you may not think you know much about it. You oven is made up of a number of gas cooker parts, including: Oven burner, spark generators, thermostats, and a flame failure device. If for any reason any part of the your gas cooker becomes faulty, we are confident we have a replacement part - to view all of gas cooker replacement parts, click here.

As there are some variations between gas cookers, the parts you need may be a little different, here are some key gas cooker parts that make your oven work:

oven burner

This part of your gas cooker is responsible for actually cooking your food. For a gas cooker to come on, the lighter needs to be lit. When you turn on your oven you are effectively lighting the burner. 

Ignition Generators & Switches
A working spark/ignition generator will light the gas that your oven needs to work. Found in ovens that rely on electric ignitions, it generates a spark that lights the natural gas used to fuel your oven. 

Flame Failures & Thermocouples
Instead of an electric ignition generator, some gas cookers will have a part that creates a constantly-burning pilot flame. This means that the natural gas is allowed to flow through the appliance, where the gas is then ignited by the pilot flame. 

Gas Thermostats & Gas Taps
As the name would suggest, this part measures the temperature of your oven whilst the burner is lit. This allows you to set your oven to a certain heat so you can cook food at the correct temperature. If this part becomes faulty it can cause your food to be over or under cooked. 

If you want to learn more about parts of a gas oven, or need some advice about which parts apply to your model, feel free to get in touch with our expert team. Call us on, 02920 452 510.


Simmerstats - also known as an energy regulator or infinite switch - are responsible for turning the heating elements on and off in hobs, grills, and various other cooking appliances. During the cooking period, the simmerstat tells the heating element to turn on and switch off at regular intervals. The length of those intervals is determined by you, the user - you simply turn the control knob that's hooked up to the simmerstat to determine how long you want each on period and each off period to last (and thus how much energy you want the heating element to use).

An example of a simmerstat in use

Let's imagine you're heating up some pasta sauce on your cooker's hob.

Saucepan on a hob

The instructions on the jar call for a low heat, so you turn the hob's control knob a quarter-turn. This is effectively telling the simmerstat that you want the hob's heating element on a quarter of the time.

Switching the hob on begins a cycle that is regulator by the simmerstat (energy regulator). For instance, the heating element might come on for 10 seconds, then turn off for 30 seconds, then come on for another 10 seconds, then go off for another 30 seconds...

You get the idea. This duty cycle means that, overall, the hob's heating element is operating at roughly a quarter of its full power, and since it is switched off for 75% of the time, your pasta sauce won't be allowed to get too hot.

If you're cooking something else that calls for a higher heat setting, you might turn the control knob three-quarters of the way around. Now you're telling the simmerstat to keep the hob ON for 75% of the time and OFF for 25% of the time. In this case, the element would theoretically stay on for 30 seconds before switching off for 10 seconds.

Need a new simmerstat?

If your simmerstat has stopped working then your cooker won't work properly either. Don't worry, though - we have a range of spare energy regulators available here at Cooker Spare Parts.

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