Circular Fan Oven Element 2500W

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High Quality Compatible Circular Fan Oven Element 2500W

Is your oven no longer working properly? Well, if it's turning on but you still find it isn't getting hot, it could be a problem with the heating element. Don't worry though, now you can fix it yourself and save some hard-earned cash with eSpares. This compatible spare element can be installed to ensure your oven is back to its best in no time.

  • Also Known As: Circular Element, Round Element
  • 3 Turns
  • 2500 watts
  • Height: 225 (mm)
  • Width 192 mm
  • Tags: 92 mm
Compatible spare part suitable for select models of AEG, Electra, Electrolux, Moffat, Parkinson Cowan, Tricity Bendix and Zanussi ovens.
Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

How to replace an oven element

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (397 customers)
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  • One of my best purchases ever

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    By - Waterlooville, Hampshire

    One of my best purchases ever, dealt with by espares very promptly and with ease. Help was available should I have needed help at any stage. Swiftly dispatched, well packed, no damage or faults on opening packaging. Espares noted in my address book on my PC, 'phones etc. Thanks.
  • Excellent service as usual

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    By - South Wales

    Easy to find your required part and delivered very quickly.
  • good replacement

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    By - county durham

    good quality and easy to fit, some of the fixing brackets weren't in exactly the right place but the element was held firmly enough.

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  • Q How do I remove a rusted screw that prevents me taking off the element cover 2 Answers

    By Robert Woolcott - Torquay Devon - 02 March 2015

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      Also, sharp blow with a hammer to screwdriver end may help. It did with me

      By Brian L - Kent. - 08 August 2015

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      To remove a rusted screw spray with a releasing fluid like WD40 and find a screwdriver that fits the screw as close as possible. Try to tighten slightly as the screw head will usually be less worn in this direction and may start to turn, then undo if it has moved. If the screw is damaged try gripping with side cutters or pliers across the head and twist with a jerk. If all else fails you may have to drill it out.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 02 March 2015

  • Q Oven keeps blowing cold air out of the top vent over oven door 1 Answer

    I have changed both grill and cooker element and oven working fine but blowing cold air all the time. It's a John Lewis model

    By M Jones - Sheffield - 29 February 2016

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      Most models cool the control panel with a fan that may run unless all controls are in the off position.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 February 2016

  • Q I have replaced the element and its still not working. Do I need to to shop for a new oven? 1 Answer

    I have a Zanussi ZHF470X I suspected the element had blown so I've changed it. I can now not turn on the bottom oven, neither the LED indicator or fan come on. The top oven and grill work fine so I dont think its a problem with the feed to the unit.

    By Anonymous - Telford - 31 March 2011

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      Hi there. I'd advise going back and having a look to make sure that the element is fitted and wired correctly - just one slightly loose wire could be to blame.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 31 March 2011

  • Q hi could anyone tell me the centers of the contacts and fixing holes? cheers 1 Answer

    By Dave - london - 10 January 2011

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      Hi Dave Just got my old element out of the bin. Centers of the 2 base fixing holes are 128mm apart, the element connectors are 90mm apart. Measurement from center of base plate to center of third fixing point is 125mm. Hope this helps

      By Jim K - Sheringham - 02 March 2011

  • Q How do I know the element is no good 1 Answer

    My oven starts then trips the house fuse, was working perfect until wife cleaned oven, now trips out with in a couple of mins, oven element working, as there is heat, I can not see any other item apart from the element, that could cause the house fuse to trip out, the top oven works perfect, oven approx three years old, gets well used daily, the element looks ok,

    By groveler - 01 November 2009

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      have you checked the thermostat, inside the oven top right hand side it could have been damaged during cleaning causing a short and blowing fuse.

      By Anonymous - hull - 31 December 2009