Main Oven Fan Motor for R561ER

Stock Number: ES1029461

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (46 customer reviews)

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Description

Don't condemn your hardworking oven just because the fan motor has given up the ghost - have a go at replacing it with this spare that's a cost-effective alternative to a new cooker.

Compatible with select Belling, Cannon, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit, Jackson and Wrighton cookers. Please check the list of appliances to make sure this fan motor will fit your oven.

How to replace an oven fan motor

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 (46 customer reviews)
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  • Good replacement for the money

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    By - Surrey

    All the fixing points were in the right place. The electrical connections were placed slightly differently but worked fine. Slightly awkward to fit but that was down to the design of the cooker, not the replacement fan.
  • right motor, wrong orientation

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    By - cornwall

    This was ordered to replace the oven fan on my belling cooker. All in all good value for money and quick delivery, BUT what I thought would be an hours job turned out to be in excess of 2 hours. The motor frame fixing holes are 180 degrees out from my old motor. The new motor came with 6mm tapped holes which fortunately for me I had a few 6mm set screws to use. Due to the motor having to be rotated to fit my cooker's fixing holes I then had to extend some wiring to allow the connections to be made to the motor. Eventually everything came together and we now have a working fan assisted oven again. Good value for money but a struggle to replace. Fortunately I am an engineer so could manage the modifications ok but may be a struggle for some one less skilled.
    • Response by Chris on 04 Sep 2013 eSpares Staff

      espares stock many different Belling fan motors so it sounds like you ordered the wrong one. Always check with the full model and production number as changes can occur in production.
    • Response by Chris on 04 Sep 2013 eSpares Staff

      espares stock many different Belling fan motors so it sounds like you ordered the wrong one. Always check with the full model and production number as changes can occur in production.
  • MAIN OVEN FAN + MOTOR

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    By - NORFOLK

    VERY PLEASED WITH ITEM , DISPATCH AND PACKAGING , OVERALL FITTING WAS EASY AND A DIRECT SWAP FOR OLD ITEM, UNTIL IT CAME TO THE WIRING , AS NEW ITEM HAD PLUG IN TYPE FITTING AND OLD HAD SEPERATE TERMINALS , SO SOUGHT ADVICE FROM YOURSELVES , BUT TOLD NO TECHNICAL ADVICE ABLE TO BE GIVEN. SO SET ABOUT FIGURING IT OUT , EARTH WAS STRAIGHT FORWARD AS MARKED ON NEW ITEM VERY CLEAR , BUT NOW CAME TO LIVE AND NEUTRAL FEED AND TO WHICH POSITION THEY NEEDED TO GO TO, FIGURED OUT WHICH WAY FAN SHOULD RUN AND ATTACHED WIRES AS ,I THOUGHT SHOULD BE , RED TO FRONT AND BLACK TO REAR AND GOT IT RIGHT FIRST TIME . SO GOT IT SORTED AND VERY PLEASED ALL ROUND AND THINK ITS GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY AND WILL BE A RETURN CUSTOMER , ALL BEST AND MANY THANKS .

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  • Q are fitting instruction included 1 Answer

    By tattyoggie - 18 October 2009

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      Unfortunately not although there are plenty of DIY websites with instructions on how to fit parts such as this.

      By eSparesToby eSpares Staff - 02 February 2010