A loose oven handle can be more than a nuisance as you could burn yourself trying to open or close the door. In this video Mat shows how easily this can be replaced.
Cooker & Hob Repair Help & Advice
Our articles and how-to videos on cookers, hobs, ovens and stoves are designed to make your life easier. Learn to fix it yourself and save a few bob with how-to videos on replacing popular spares such as fan oven elements. All featured cooker spares are available on our website.
There is a tool to help remove the oven lamp cover that is designed specifically for ovens and cookers produced by Bosch, Neff and Siemens. Here Mat explains which tool is suitable for your appliance.
Mat shows how to fit a universal oven door seal to an electric oven using the rounded corner kit.
If your oven stops working as usual it may display an error code. The codes here, found on AEG built in oven error codes can also apply to some Electrolux ovens and AEG cookers too. Understanding these codes could give you the key to being able to fix your faulty oven more easily.
At eSpares we can supply original control knobs for most cookers. However if your originals are no longer available or you are looking to update or replace them with an economical alternative, see our range of universal cooker knobs.
If your hot plate is not heating or only half is heating it may be faulty. Here Mat shows how to replace a faulty element on a Belling ceramic topped cooker.
Some electric cookers control the power to the rings and the grill element with a regulator. Here Mat shows how simple it can be to replace if this part fails.
The connection of the power to your cooker comes through a terminal block on the back. If the wires have not been tightened they will often burn and damage. This video shows how to replace a damaged terminal block.
If your oven door has become difficult to close or keeps popping open the lock or striker pin may be worn or damaged. Mat will show you how to replace these parts.
If your grill element has failed or is faulty you can replace it with either an original part sourced from the manufacturer or an economical “universal” part which is compatible with the original.