With the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic still ongoing and the UK government currently advising us to avoid unnecessary contact with other people, you may be hesitant to invite a tradesperson into your home right now. But if your oven has broken down, what choice do you have?
Well, actually, you may be able to resolve the problem yourself. There are plenty of useful resources available for self-isolating homeowners who want to fix their own cookers - for instance, a repairman living in the Algarve has recently been offering appliance repair advice via video chat, and naturally there are loads of 'how to fix it' blogs and YouTube videos on the World Wide Web.
Ordering the right parts for your oven
Of course, even if you're doing your own repairs, you may still need a new part to get your appliance working properly again.
And that's where we come in. Here at Cooker Spare Parts, we stock an enormous range of high-quality spares for gas, electric and dual fuel appliances, including:
- Cooker hoods
To find the part(s) you need for your cooker, simply go to our homepage and enter your appliance's manufacturer (e.g. Belling) and model number (e.g. DB90) - we'll show you a full list of compatible parts.
Some useful how-to guides
If you're not quite sure how to repair your oven, some of our previous blog posts may come in handy.
Here are some of our most popular articles - click to read:
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