Continue to eat well and bring your oven back to life with this genuine Indesit main oven thermostat fitting ovens from Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint & Indesit. Prior to ordering please consult the list of appliances section in order to ensure that this is the correct part for your oven.
How to replace a oven thermostat
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 the thermostat easy to fit or do i ned an electrician thanks3 Answers
By manunited99- manchester
- 22 March 2009
A Main Oven Thermostat is quite straight forward to replace. There are three main areas to consider. 1/. the thermostat mounting, 2/. the connections to the electrical supply, and 3/. the positioning of the thermostat sensing capillary tube.
If you are not familiar with working with electricty leave it to a trained professional, it is much safer. If however you feel safe with electrical equipment simply isolate the appliance, disconnect is best, remove all screws to give access to the top and rear panels of the appliance and remove the front facia and control knob. The rest only involves removing the old thermostat and fitting the new one in reverse order. Make a hand written note of the position of the wires on the old one with reference to colour of wiring and M1, M2 or whatever coding is used on the thermostat body, be careful to unwind the capillary tubing so that it does not kink and position the sensor tube in it's mounting in such a way that it will not dislodge once the oven is at full temperature and the metal starts to anneal. Dress all wiring as per the original installation and replace any cable ties removed. Also dress the thermostat sensor capillary tubing such as to neaten the work and keep it away from any electrical contact. Ensure you test the appliance thoroughly before you leave it.
I hope this helps.
By Phil2504- Leytonstone
- 20 April 2010
My Husband found the Thermostat easy to fit,he is not an electrician.
By Anonymous- Dundee
- 12 March 2010
Hi Manunited99, I'd only fit a thermostat if you're fully confident you can do it. If not, I'd say you'd be best off hiring an electrician.