If your Electrolux Oven door has failed you, our Electrolux Oven Door Glass Replacement might be the solution to your problem!
As far as oven problems go, a broken glass door could be seen as one of the worst. Not only does it mean you cannot use your oven, it leaves you with a dangerous and an unsightly looking cooker. That's why if your Electrolux oven is broken, you should consider our Electrolux Oven Door Glass Replacement.
This authentic piece is fitted with a stainless steel trim (sure to make your oven look attractive again!) and will protect your oven from any further damage a broken oven door may cause. The steel black colour provides a lavish finish to your shiny new oven door glass. As it is a genuine Electrolux part, you can be sure it will last you too.
Take a closer look at our Electrolux Oven Door Glass Replacement here >
If you need help replacing your Electrolux Oven Door Glass, we also have a guide to help you through this! Replacing your oven door does not require a professional and can easily be replaced by one person. Follow our step-by-step guide here.
If you think you may not have an Electrolux oven and require a different part for your broken cooker, you can browse our full range of oven glass doors from CookerSpareParts here.
We hope this helps solve your broken oven door problem! If you have any questions or need help finding the right part for you, please don't hesitate to give us a call on 02920 452 510.
Frying bacon? Heating up soup? Boiling pasta? No, this isn't a guide to what students can cook, we are just making you aware of how useful your oven hob is! For some, the hob is used as much as the oven so when it breaks down it can be stressful. If your gas hob ring has stopped working it's not time to start googling "how to use a microwave to fry bacon", it's time to visit us for a replacement gas hob ring!
It's not too difficult to know if your gas hob ring has stopped working, you should know because it will no longer be producing heat. The gas burner ring allows the gas to properly circulate around the burner, so when it stops working it means you'll be unable to use your hob. The best thing to do is to find a replacement to get your hob back up and running!
We have a huge selection of high-quality replacement gas hob rings, whatever the make and model of your oven you should be able to find the part that fits your needs. To see our full collection of replacement gas hob parts you can click here.
To order a replacement, follow the link above, enter the manufacturer of your oven and a keyword to find a part that is compatible with your cooker. The last thing you want is to order a replacement part and find out it won't work with your model - so read the product description carefully! Below is just a small selection of what we have on offer:
Auxiliary Gas Burner Ring
Rapid Gas Burner Ring
Hob Gas Burner Ring
For any questions about our replacement gas hob rings, or for any of the other products we supply, feel free to get in touch. Whether you need help picking a part, replacing it yourself, or just a general question, our friendly team is always happy to help. Contact us here today!
Cooking can be hard at the best of times; planning and prepping the food, getting all your ingredients cooked for the same time, pleasing your fussy dinner guests. So imagine dealing with all this and then taking your food from the oven to see its burnt, undercooked or unevenly baked. Nightmare. We assume this might sound familiar to you as you're here, and that you suspect your oven thermostat is broken.
Your oven thermostat is responsible for regulating the temperature within the oven cavity. If you're setting your oven to a temperature that isn't being achieved, it's possible that a broken oven thermostat is the culprit behind your oven woes. But there's no need to stress, we have plenty of oven thermostat replacements that will get your oven performing it's best. To see our full range of oven thermostats, click here.
How can I tell my oven thermostat is broken?
A simple way to test if your oven thermostat is broken is to see if the 'pilot' turns off when reaching the temperature you've set your oven to. If this stays on or fails to turn on at all it is likely your thermostat is broken.
Another way to check if your thermostat is broken is to use a multimeter to test it. After removing the thermostat from the oven you can test it. If when the multimeter is calibrated to the lowest ohm rating the thermostat has no reading at all, it will need to be replaced.
How can I replace my thermostat myself?
So now you've determined it's your broken oven thermostat that is sabotaging your cooking, and you're looking to replace it yourself.
Before you start anything you'll need to order a high-quality replacement from us. To find the oven thermostat you need you should visit our Electric Cooker Thermostats & Regulators page. Use the filter system to find one that will fit your oven's model and manufacturer.
Once you have your replacement you can fit it yourself by following these step by step instructions: How to replace your oven thermostat.
If you have any further questions because your oven thermostat is broken, or about any of the products we supply do not hesitate to get in touch. Our expert team is always happy to help so why not contact us today.
For some people, the hob can be used as often as the oven, and therefore, if it starts to falter, it can be a big problem! If your ceramic hob has started to falter, there's no need to get upset and start panicking - here's what you can do:
What to do If Your Ceramic Hob is not Working
If your ceramic hobs are no longer working, the problem is likely to be with the hotplate elements. The hotplate element is the part responsible for heating up, allowing you to cook your food. Because your hotplate elements have such a pivotal role in the cooking process, when they start to falter, it is crucial to get these replaced as soon as possible!
Here at Cooker Spare Parts we have a huge range of replacement ceramic hotplate elements for you to choose from. No matter what cooker or hob you own, we're confident you'll be able to find the ceramic hotplate element that is right for you! To save you some time when looking for a replacement hotplate element, you can filter your results by selecting the manufacturer and entering the model details of your appliance in to the search filters on our site. Once you have done this, you will be presented with a ceramic hotplate element(s) that will be compatible with your appliance.
The next step is now fitting your new ceramic hob element. If you're not particularly handy, replacing your hob element can be a daunting task - but thankfully we have created this handy step-by-step guide that will instruct you through the process, and will make replacing your ceramic hob element less stressful.
If you have any questions or you're experiencing any issues, please do not hesitate to get in touch - we'd be more than happy to help, and get your cooker back up and running again!
Are you having trouble lighting your oven? If your gas oven is failing to light, this could be due to a number of different problems. Appliances in the home are quite often subject to wear and tear and this will require a little troubleshooting to find the cause of the issue.
Reasons Why Your Oven Is Not Lighting
In order to find out why your oven is not lighting, take a look at our step-by-step guide.
- First, check the gas supply lines and the igniter. If your top igniter is working, but the oven cavity itself will not light, it is the oven igniter that may have a problem. This is not a problem with the gas.
- Secondly, check the gas tank. If the gas is low, this could be why your oven is not igniting.
- Check your cooker values are switched to the 'on' position.
- Locate your oven igniter and check it is clean. If the igniter is covered in dirt, this could be why your oven will not light. Gently clean the igniter and remove any debris.
- Find the pilot hole which emits the gas. Using a needle, insert it into the hole and gently clean away any buildup or debris that could be restricting the gas.
- Next, check if the igniter sparks. To do this, turn the gas off and press the ignition button. If you cannot hear the clicking noise or see any sparks, this is why your oven is not lighting and means the igniter needs replacing.
- Finally, inspect the wiring and look for any discrepancies. If any of the wires are loose, ensure you turn the oven off and then process to tighten the connection with a screwdriver.
Replacement Parts for an Oven That's Not Lighting
After troubleshooting your oven and finding the cause of the problem, you may need a replacement part. We stock plenty of spare parts that can solve your problem here at CookerSpareParts. Here's a look at just a few.
£35.99 inc VAT
£6.49 inc VAT
£25.37 inc VAT
These are just a select few replacement parts for an oven that's not lighting. You can browse the full range here. If you have any questions, you can get in touch on 02920 452 510.