Indesit oven door glass shattered

Indesit ovens are a fantastic appliance for any kitchen, founded it 1975 it's clear to see why Indesit are one of the nation's favourite kitchen brands. However, even the highest-quality cookers can fall victim to damage. If your Indesit oven door glass is shattered it's important that you find a replacement as soon as possible.

Shattered oven door glass not only allows valuable heat to escape from your oven, it also can be dangerous! Like any broken glass, if this shattered pane falls out of the oven door frame anyone in the kitchen can be injured by it. Luckily, we have a whole range of Indesit oven door glass replacements that will fix your problem in no time.

To see our full range of Indesit oven door glass replacements click here. Ensure the glass you select is compatible with your model before ordering. Read the product description carefully to avoid disappointment. Once you have received the Indesit oven glass to replace your shattered oven door, follow the instructions below to replace it yourself!

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How to replace your shattered Indesit oven door glass: 


1. To be able to replace the shattered glass, you'll need to begin by removing the door to be able to work on it. Most oven doors can be simply unlatched, and lifted off the hinges. Do this very carefully as to not disturb the shattered glass - you don't want it going all over the floor!

2. Next, you will notice that the oven glass is held in place by the door's inner shell. In order to remove it, you will need to unscrew it from the main door frame. Make sure that you have laid the door on a suitable surface before you begin to loosen the screws that hold the panel in place. Using a screwdriver, you should remove all the screws and set them aside, making note of which goes where.

3. You should now be able to access the broken glass. Remove it carefully (using protective gloves if it can not be removed in one piece). Take care to remove any stray bits of glass that may still be attached the door. 

4. Make sure your replacement glass pane is clean, then carefully set it in place of the one you have just removed. Be careful, as this whole process has taught us, glass can be fragile!

5. Finally screw the inner panel back together and reattach the door to the main oven. There you have it, you have successfully replaced you shattered Indesit oven door!


If you have any further questions about your Indesit oven or any other query you think we may be able to help with, feel free to get in touch. Our friendly team of experts are always here to help so give us a call on, 02920 452 510.

Oven Element Faulty

If your oven element is faulty, you will find that your oven is no longer able to produce heat. This is not the type of fault that can be ignored - so here's what you can do if your oven element is faulty! 

1. Check Your Oven Element is Definitely Faulty 

First things first, ensure it is actually the oven element that needs repairing. If your oven is not heating up, it could even be due to the oven losing heat through a faulty door seal. 

To check if your oven element is faulty, take a look at it when you switch the oven on. You can spot your oven element at the top of the oven cavity and it usually lights up red when on. If it does not light up or has bright spots and/or patches - this is a clear indicator that something has gone wrong. 

If the oven element is lighting up and seems like it is producing heat, the element is not the source of your problems. 

2. Find an Oven Element Replacement

The next step in your oven element repair journey is to find the right oven element replacement. Luckily for you, here on the CookerSpareParts website, we have a system which can find the exact spare part you're looking for. Just head to our homepage or any category page to use it!

CSP System

Once you're there, simply enter your ovens manufacturer and model number. Our system will then pull up a list of all the spare parts that are suitable for your cooker. 

We have a wide range of oven element replacement parts in stock and you can find the right one for you here! Browse Oven Element Replacements > 

3. Repair Your Oven Element

Repairing your oven element can be quick and easy if you follow the steps thoroughly. To repair your faulty oven element you will need to replace it with a newer model. There's no going back once the element is frazzled! 

To help you fix your faulty oven element, we've put together a step-by-step guide on how you can repair your oven element. Just click here to take a look and be on your way to a fully functioning oven again!

We hope this blog post helped if you're currently struggling with a faulty oven element! If you think it may be something else that's broken within your oven, you can browse our full website here or get in touch on 02920 452 510.


A Zanussi oven is a fantastic machine, but if the oven fan becomes faulty it can compromise the performance of the whole appliance. The fan in your Zanussi oven ensures that your cooker is properly ventilated so it doesn’t overheat and burn your food. Once an oven fan is broken, your oven will no longer function properly so you should replace it as soon as possible. That’s why you'll need a Zanussi oven fan replacement, and luckily, we can help you with that!

The Zanussi ZKC5030W1 Fan Motor is a genuine replacement fan motor part that will have your oven back up and running in no time. The fan blade is an excellent quality so you shouldn’t have to worry about it breaking again. 

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This part will fit other ovens too, to check it is compatible with your cooker search for your manufacturer and model number in our search filters. Be sure that the part you order will work with your oven before making an order, to avoid disappointment and an even longer wait for your delicious oven cooked food! For advice on how to install your replacement Zanussi oven fan, you can read how to do it in detail by clicking here.

If you have any further questions about your Zanussi oven fan replacement, or for any other parts we supply feel free to get in touch. Our friendly team is always happy to help with your cooker related needs, so contact us today.

Your oven can be a frustrating appliance at times! You're cooker can be working fine without any issues one minute, and the next it can suddenly decide it no longer wants to cooperate and suddenly become faulty.

Electric cookers are rather complex, and they feature a number of parts, each with a different role. So, when your cooker becomes faulty, trying to figure out the problem with it can be difficult, especially when you're inexperienced with repairing your cooker. So now you're sat there wondering "what's wrong with my electric oven?". 

But that's where we can help! We're going to create a little troubleshooting guide of the problems you may face with your electric cooker, and recommend the part(s) you need to purchase to resolve the issue.

Safety Notice: Before starting any repair work on your electric cooker, we strongly recommend that you turn your appliance off from the wall, and unplug it. You should never work on an electrical appliance that is still connected to the mains, as you risk harming yourself and/or damaging your appliance. 

Oven Door is No Longer Closing properly

If your oven door is no longer closing properly, heat will be allowed to escape your cooker, which will result in your oven to take longer to cook your meals.

Solution: A stiff door hinge may result in you having troubles closing your oven door. The hinges of your oven door may become run down after years of use, making it difficult to use. Thankfully we have a great selection of oven door hinges that'll allow you to close your oven door with ease. 

If there are no issues with your oven door hinges but your door is still not closing properly, there could be an issues with the oven door pin and/or catch. These parts are responsible for ensuring your door remains secure when it is closed. If either part is faulty, your oven door will no longer be securely closed, allowing heat to escape. To prevent this from happening, purchase a replacement today!

Oven is Always Overheating

If your oven is constantly overheating, you may find that cooking times can be unpredictable, and you spend most of your time checking on your meal to check to see if it has been cooked properly.

Solution: The part that is responsible for ensuring your oven heats up to the correct temperature - is the thermostat. When you set the cooking temperature, your oven's element will heat up; the thermostat will inform your cooker to stop heating up, and if the temperature drop from what it was set it, will trigger your element to heat up again, ensuring your oven remains regulated. If your oven's thermostat it is important you replace it, and we have spares that allow you to do just that!

Another part that could that when it is working insufficiently can cause your oven to overheat is your cooling fan. This part is responsible for keeping your oven cool and ensuring your oven's temperature is regulated. If it is no longer working properly, you will probably be experiencing overheating issues with your appliance. If your cooling fan is faulty, you can find a replacement for it here.

Unevenly Cooked Meals

This problem will only affect fan assisted oven. If your meals are being unevenly cooked it may put you off from using your oven, but we can help!

Solution: Fan ovens cook your meals more thoroughly and evenly than regular ovens - and this is because the fan distributes the hot air evenly inside the oven cavity. If your oven's fan is no longer working efficiently, the heat inside your oven cavity will not be distributed disproportionately, resulting in your meal becoming unevenly cooked. If you're suffering from this issue, help is at hand! We offer a fantastic range of replacement oven fans and motors that will ensure your meals are cooked thoroughly and evenly, once again!

Long Cooking Times

Everyone hates having to wait for their meals to cook, and if your cooker is extending the cooking time due to it becoming faulty, it may put you off from using it completely. If your cooker is taking far too long to cook your meals, you'll be very pleased to know that we have the spare parts that can help with this issue.

Solution: The part that is mainly responsible for producing the heat inside your oven cavity that will allow you to cook your meals is the element. Without this part, your oven is pretty much useless, so it's vitally important that it is working at all times. If there are any bumps, bulges or burns on your element, it could be faulty - which will mean it'll take longer to reach to its set temperature, or may not reach that temperature at all. To return your oven to full working order, purchase a replacement element today.

If you're experiencing any problems with your electric cooker that wasn't mentioned above and our electric oven troubleshooting guide, and you're unsure how you can resolve them - please feel free to get in touch with our customer service team who will be happy to assist you and ensure you're purchasing the correct parts that will have your electric oven functioning properly once again.

Belling Gas Cooker Parts

Do you cook with a Belling gas appliance? If so, you'll be pleased to know that we stock a HUGE range of Belling gas cooker parts here at Cooker Spare Parts - so if your oven ever runs into problems or your hobs refuse to light, you know where to look for the replacement components you need!

We supply a wide variety of genuine Belling spares at great prices, along with a number of high-quality alternative parts for you to choose from. Here are just a few examples of the parts we sell for Belling gas cookers:

Oven / Grill Burners

The burner is the heart of any gas oven - it's the part that actually does the cooking, so without a working burner, your dinner won't even come out lukewarm. We sell oven and grill burners for Belling appliances, so no matter which part of your cooker is malfunctioning, we can help you to get it going again.

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Gas Oven Thermostats

A functioning thermostat is important because it regulates the temperature in your oven and ensures that it's neither too hot nor too cold. If you're setting your oven correctly but still finding that meals come out half-cooked (or charred to a crisp), it may be that you need a new thermostat - order online with Cooker Spare Parts today.

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Flame Failure Devices (FFDs)

The flame failure device is an important safety feature in gas ovens that rely on a constantly-burning pilot flame. If that flame is extinguished, the FFD kicks in and shuts off the gas supply in order to prevent a build-up of unburned flammable gas. If your FFD isn't working properly, it's imperative that you replace it ASAP.

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Gas Injectors & Nozzles

We stock an enormous collection of gas injectors, nozzles and converters here at Cooker Spare Parts, so regardless of what part is missing from your gas appliance, you're sure to find a suitable substitute here on our website.

View all Belling injectors and nozzles >


Spark Generators

Has your cooker lost its spark? If you can't ignite your oven and everything else seems normal, it may be that you need a new spark generator / ignition switch to repair the problem.

View all Belling spark generators >


In addition to all of the above, we also sell gas hob spares and gas rails / pipes for your Belling appliance, plus a range of other spares that are suitable for gas AND electric cookers (including control knobs, door seals, oven trays, door hinges and more!).

Click here to view our full range of Belling cooker spares >