If your fan oven is not heating up properly the usual culprit is a faulty oven element. This is a replacement spare so be sure to view the model fit list and check the specs, prior to purchase to ensure the spare is correct for you. Once fitted to your oven food can be cooked piping hot once again!
End to centre bracket 220mm
Manufacturers’ names and numbers are used for reference purposes only. This part is in no way associated with the original manufacturer's part
Compatible spare for select Stoves, Belling, Cannon, Creda, Hotpoint and Indesit 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.
QIs it possible to remove the door on a indesit fiu201x built in oven to aid new heating element installation?.1 Answer
- 09 February 2015
To remove the door lift up the hinge locking catches as shown in our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/2754
Then with the door open hold either side and use your thumbs to push the hinge sprung arms as you lift the door and the bottom latch plates away from cavity and unhook the arms as you lift away.
Qi have looked every where you said the serial no should be cant find it1 Answer
the cooker is creda carefree circulair not sure of age I have got the broken element out just need a replacement it is spiral inshape 240mm overall and 50mm between spade ends
By terry- kettering
- 25 November 2014
To identify your element we would need your full model number. However we have over 50 'compatible' elements listed that may fit many manufacturers appliances but it is important you remove the old element and match it with one of these before ordering as each may have slight differences in fittings or sizes.
To view these 'compatible' elements paste this link into your browser:
QMy Old element is very difficult to get out there dosent seem to be screws attaching it ?1 Answer
- 10 February 2014
The element may be fitted using nuts from the back of the oven. Remove the back and locate where the element cones through the lining. carefully part the insulation and you may find the bolt shafts and nuts that hold the element in place.
QGot the oven element out no problem but I can't get the clips to stay on the new one, they keep slipping off. Do you have to tighten them, and if so, how?1 Answer
By Tara56- Glasgow
- 04 December 2013
We assume the 'clips' you refer to are the electrical connectors to the element. Remove them from the element and gently squeeze them with a pair of pliers and check they now fit tightly. If you accidentally crush them with too much force you will need to replace them. These connectors are available from Maplins or most car accessory stores.