Here at Cooker Spare Parts we have a brilliant selection of replacement parts for your gas hob, and in particular an excellent selection of Replacement Hob Burner Caps.
Gas burner caps help protect the body of the burner as well as gathering heat to help you cook your meals. One major issue with hob burner caps is that they often suffer with corrosion due to the fact they're always in contact with direct heat, and this will affect how they function, as well giving your hob a run-down appearance.
Thankfully we have a fantastic selection of replacement hob burner caps for you to choose from that will have your hob looking as good as new, and will also have your hob functioning efficiently once again. No matter which brand your appliance is manufactured by, or which cooker model you own, we're confident you'll be able to find hob burner cap that is compatible with your appliance.
Before purchasing, we always recommend that you check to see if the part is compatible with your appliance. You can do this by selecting the manufacturer, and entering the model number of your appliance in to our search filters.
If you want to get in touch to ask any questions, please do not be afraid to give us a call on 02920 452 510
- we'd be happy to answer any of your questions, and assist you with purchasing your new cooker spare.
As one of the most trusted cooker brands in the UK, you will find Hotpoint cookers in many homes across Britain. However, this doesn't stop them from having the occasional issue. Hotpoint oven problems are as common as any other brand, and many of them are easily rectified.
Here's a look at the most common Hotpoint oven problems.
Hotpoint Oven Not Heating Up
This is a common oven problem overall and not just specific to Hotpoint ovens. However, if you do have this Hotpoint oven problem, the issue could lie with your heating element.
If your heating element is broken, this will not allow your oven to heat up. To check if your this is the problem with your Hotpoint oven, just turn the oven on and see if the element turns red. If it does not, this is why your oven is not heating up.
If the element is okay, the issue could be to do with the wiring or the selector switch. In this case, we would recommend speaking with a professional.
Hotpoint Oven Clock Broken
If the problem you have with your Hotpoint oven is to do with the oven clock, you may have found it is difficult to keep track of your food cooking.
You will know if your Hotpoint oven clock is broken if the oven heats up but the display does not switch on. But worry not - you can buy replacement oven clocks which will make your oven as good as new.
Hotpoint Oven Burning/Undercooking Food
If your Hotpoint oven problem entails the cooker burning or undercooking food, this could mean your cookers thermostat is broken. The thermostat on the cooker regulates the temperature in the oven, but if this is broken, the Hotpoint oven will not be able to maintain the right temperature.
This can lead to food burning or undercooking, which could be a potentially dangerous situation. Luckily though, Hotpoint oven thermostats can be replaced without the need to buy a new cooker.
If your oven isn’t heating up it’s likely that you have a faulty oven element. A common reason for this is that oven element burning has occurred. Due to the hot temperatures within the oven cavity, it isn’t unusual for it to burn out while enduring the high temperatures.
Without a fully functioning oven element, your oven will be unable to heat up and this means your oven is useless for cooking! So here’s some advice on what you need to do.
How can I tell if my oven element has burned out?
If your oven element has burned out the appearance of it is often a clear indication. It may bright spots and/or patches that look like it has been burned.
What can I do if my oven element is burning?
How do I replace my oven element?
If you need any further advice on what replacement parts you need for your cooker, do not hesitate to get in touch. Give our expert team a call on 02920 452 510.
Fan assisted ovens have grown in popularity, and they've now become the first choice when selecting a new oven. The increase in popularity is mostly down to the speed and performance of fan ovens. Fan assisted ovens cost a little more in comparison to conventional cookers, however people are more persuaded to pay that little extra cash for a more efficient and even cooking process.
Even though fan ovens are efficient, they aren't prone to faults. If you've had your fan oven for a number of years, it's possible that it may become faulty. Now this isn't a general rule, and your fan oven may be performing faultlessly; however, if your cooker is starting to become faulty, we can help!
Fan Assisted Oven Not Heating Up?
If your Fan assisted oven is not heating up, the likelihood is that your oven's element and/or thermostat could be faulty. However, there's no need need to stress, you don't need to get a new oven! We have an excellent selection of replacement parts for you to replace your broken part. To find out more about which parts could be stopping your assisted oven from heating up, keep reading.
Your fan oven element is the cooker part that is responsible for producing the heat inside your oven that will enable you to cook your food. If your fan oven element has become faulty, you may notice that your oven is taking a while to heat up, or in extreme cases, will not produce any heat at all! If your fan oven element has become faulty, there's no need to stress and panic - we have a wide range of fan oven elements that we're certain will have your cooker performing as well as it did when you first purchased it. And because we supply such a large selection of fan oven elements, we can guarantee you, you'll find an element that is compatible with your cooker. To view our range of Fan Oven Elements
, please click here
Another part that could be linked to your oven's heating issues is its thermostat. An oven thermostat is the part that measures the temperature of your oven, and will inform your oven to stop heating up once it has reached the temperature you set it to, and will inform it to heat back up if it drops from that temperature. If your oven's thermostat stops working efficiently, and becomes faulty, your oven's temperature will no longer be regulated, and you may find that it will begin to over or underheat. Thankfully, if your oven thermostat has stopped working, we have a large selection of thermostats that will ensure the temperature in your oven is regulated once again! To view our range of Electric Thermostats
, please click here
Before purchasing any parts, we strongly recommend that you check that it is compatible with your appliance. To do this, simply enter the model details of your cooker in to our search filters. If you have any questions, and you wish to speak to our customer service team, please do not hesitate to contact us
A selector switch (or function switch as it is sometimes referred to) may be small, but is a very important part. It is situated just behind your control knob and it is the component that allows you to switch between various functions - such as the grill, fan heating, etc.
It is a primary component for your cooker and therefore it's vitally important that you replace it as soon as it begins to become faulty or if the spindle has snapped off with the control knob.
Here at Cooker Spare Parts
we have a terrific selection of Oven Selector Switches
but because they come in a whole variety of shapes and sizes, we strongly recommend that you check that the selector you wish to purchase is compatible with your appliance. You can do this by selecting the manufacturer and model number of your appliance in to the search filters. You will then be provided with a list of spare parts that are compatible with your appliance.
If you're unsure how to fit your oven selector switch, please follow this step-by-step guide.
How to fit an oven selector switch
Safety notice: Please ensure your cooker is switched off before beginning any work.
- If your cooker is built-in, you'll need to remove it from it's cavity. To do this, remove the screws that are holding it to the cabinet. These are situated on the front of your oven. You can then lift out the oven, and disconnect the power cable from the back of your cooker.
- Next, you'll need to remove the top panel of your cooker. Again, this is held together by four screws. These screws may require a torque head screwdriver to be removed.
- Next, remove the control knob attached to the selector switch (if it is still attached to your selector switch). This can be pulled off easily.
- Now that you can access the selector switch, you can begin to remove it. It's held in place by two torque head screws that are situated at the front of the switch, you'll need to remove them.
- Now it's time to remove the complicated wiring. Before you do anything, we strongly recommend you take a photo of the of the switch with the wires attached, so you can re-wire it in the correct way.
- To fit your new switch, just do the opposite of what you just did. Fitting the switch to the front of your cooker, and then wiring the switch in the correct way.
- Then, all you need to do is attach the top panel and if your cooker is built in, fit it back inside your cavity.