Compatible 2000 Watt Circular Fan Oven Element

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Compatible 2000 Watt Circular Fan Oven Element

Are you having problems with your oven heating up? Then have no fear as Spares have the replacement for you! this compatible replacement oven element is perfect in getting you back to cooking those amazing dishes. Don't let a faulty element hold you back from good home cooking.

Specification:

  • Wattage:2000W
  • Length: 215mm
  • Width: 190mm
  • Bracket: 70mm
  • Tags: 25mm

Compatible for select Bauknecht, Firenzi, Ignis and Whirlpool 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 4.8 out of 5 (331 customer reviews)
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  • Why spend money on an original part?

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    By - Bonnie Scotland

    When our breakers tripped the other night my fears were confirmed, the element had went in our whirlpool oven. after a quick search it looked to be anything from about 10 quid to almost a hundred for a new element. Boy was i happy for this compatible part. I had a discount so got it delivered next day for about a tenner. I was pleasantly surprised, it fitted screw for screw where the old one had came out. Heat up times seem to have decreased now as well. All in all a great buy
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    By - Lincolnshire

    Good product and competitive price. I will use this site again thank you
  • Great purchase

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    When my oven threw out sparks and then did not heat up I thought it was new oven time but nope. For less than the cost of a takeaway meal I bought a replacement element which took 5 minutes to fit and worked a treat.

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  • Q How easy is it to fit this element. 4 Answers

    By Pillpusher - 05 May 2009

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      Its really super simple, unscrew guard in oven, unscrew the screws holding the element in place and there are 2 electrical clips attached to the element. Carefully pull the clips out one by one and re- attach to the new element, screw back in place and oven is ready to go.

      By pager1968 - south tyneside - 25 May 2010

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      take to screws on back plate out revealing the element take 2 screws holding it on and take element out taking off the earth and live wire putting these back on new one and reverse op its easy and could save you pounds

      By jeff3 - neath - 29 April 2010

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      very easy to fit.

      By washer12 - widnes - 28 April 2010

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      Hi Pillpusher, attached is a link to a video on how to fit a fan oven element. While the demo is for a different brand, the general process remains very similar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZy8HBwSzos Hope this helps.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 07 May 2009

  • Q Where would I find the model of my in built Whirlpool cooker as there is no indication of it everywhere I have looked! 3 Answers

    I have newly acquired this property and have no instructions for the cooker. The element needs replacing but I cannot find the model number of the cooker anywhere. Would there be a part of the cooker it would be engrained on? It's not on the front as it should be. Please advise. Thanks

    By Mebel - 18 October 2009

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      should be on a sticker on the inside of the oven, open the door and look down the sides, it should be thereabouts (unless it has fallen off).

      By pager1968 - south tyneside - 25 May 2010

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      Hi Mebel, Here's our guide to finding your cooker model number, I hope this helps! http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a1 There are lots of places that the data plate could be hiding.

      By Samara eSpares Staff - eSpares Towers - 03 December 2009

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      On most ovens the model number is found by dropping down the oven door the number is usually on a small s/steel plate in one of the bottom corners

      By Anonymous - Krypton - 02 December 2009

  • Q Wattage and measurements 2 Answers

    Please clarify wattage and measurements (diameter, connections apart distance, screw holes). An earlier reply contradicts with the description in the text. The part number method is not always the best.

    By reft - 20 March 2010

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      the description of the element was perfectly satisfactory these parts are of a standard design and as long as the appliance is listed that you wish to fit it to then size diameter e.t.c does not apply

      By jwgsam - Lowestoft - 07 June 2010

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      this product is exactly the same size and measurements to one being replaced in a whirlpool fan oven AKZ161/03/1X. Two prong connection very easy to fit.

      By von71 - Edinburgh - 01 June 2010

  • Q What is the difference between a fan oven element and a heating fan element 1 Answer

    By Yvonne - Edinburgh - 04 May 2014

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      Two descriptions of the same type of part.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 May 2014

  • Q Voltage 1 Answer

    Does it matter if the element Being replaced has a different voltage that of the one being removed? The old element was 240v The new one is 210v Both elements are 2000w

    By Anonymous - 09 April 2014

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      Check your new element quotes 210 volts as this is not a common voltage used. I suspect the voltage quoted will be 220 to 240 volts.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 11 April 2014