A shattered piece of oven door glass may not seem like a major issue, but there's a chance that valuable heat will be allowed to escape your appliance, which will increase the cooking time of your meal, and no one wants to wait even longer to enjoy their meals! Not only will heat be allowed to escape the oven cavity, but it will also diminish the appearance of your appliance, and who wants to own a cooker with a shattered oven door - we certainly wouldn't!
If the oven door glass in your Hotpoint appliance has shattered, we can help! We have the perfect part, that will resolve all of your problems! This Hotpoint Oven Door Glass Replacement will have your cooker looking brand-new and will ensure help your cooker to retain its heat once again it is compatible with the Hotpoint C367EWH as well as other Hotpoint cooker models.
However, although we're confident in the quality of this part, we cannot guarantee that it will fit your appliance, and therefore we recommend that you check the compatibility of this part before purchasing! To do this, return to our homepage, and enter the model details of your appliance in to the search filters. You will then be provided a list of part that are compatible with your cooker, and then all you have to do is filter through them to find the part you're looking for. If you'd prefer to see our entire range of oven door glass, please click here.
If you require any assistance, or you have some questions, feel free to get in touch with our customer service team - they'd be more than happy to assist you to ensure you're purchasing the correct part to help resolve the problems with your cooker.
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.
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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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