Zanussi Fan Oven Element 2500W for ZUQ875X

Stock Number: ES1080446

Manufactured by Electrolux

(This part fits select Zanussi models)

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (76 customers)

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Description

Fan Oven Element 2500W

If your fan oven's element has finally given up and left you with a cold oven, eSpares can soon help you out. This genuine spare element from Electrolux could be the part to provide you with a fully functional, hot oven once again. No more takeaways necessary!
 
Specification:
  • Also Known As: Circular Element, Round Element
  • 3 Turn
  • 2500 watts
  • Height: 220 (mm)
  • Width 192 mm
  • Bracket : 140 mm
  • Tags: 95 mm
 
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of AEG, Electrolux, John Lewis, 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 4.6 out of 5 (76 customers)
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    By - Lincoln

    The element received was obviously a quality part, not a cheap pattern copy. It fitted perfectly first time and is now working a treat.
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    This is the third element I have bought. They last about 18months but are really good value and easy to fit. Would recommend this product.
    • Response by Chris on 17 Jul 2015 eSpares Staff

      To help prevent damage to a fan element turn the thermostat down to minimum for thirty seconds before switching off. Switching straight off stopping the circulation fan immediately when the element is heating can cause overheating and damage the element as the circulating air stops.
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    By - West Yorkshire

    I have installed one of these elements every year for the past 5 years in my 'AEG Competence' cooker, unfortunately they only appear to last around 12 months and this is using the cooling cycle button after each cooking session. If the element blows you will need to replace the fan motor as well, usually its the fan that has failed and caused the element to overheat, so if your element goes pop I suggest you need a fan motor as well ...

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  • Q I have a double oven its overheating ie. I set the temp. to 150 it heats to max temp whilst displaying it is at 150 this is true for both top and bottom oven is it the regulator I need I changed the fan in the main oven last year? 1 Answer

    By charlie - Ireland - 22 November 2013

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      The oven should have different thermostats for the top and bottom ovens and it would be unusual for both to fail at the same type. If yours is controlled 'electronically' it is likely to have a common control panel, this may be the cause.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 November 2013

  • Q Electrolux EOU43002X Not Heating up. 1 Answer

    My EOU43002X has tripped the electric a few times when you switch it on, then yesterday, It had been on for about 2 hours (cooking a roast) then all of a sudden the RCD tripped for all the sockets. I reset the RCD and everything looked fine, I went to check the Meat about 30 mins later and found that there was no heat in the Main oven. I'm assumming it's the element but wondered if it could be the thermostat instead. Any ideas would be good before I go buying lots of parts. The oven is only about 20 months old. The top oven/grill is still working fine.

    By Anonymous - Somerset - 23 January 2011

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      Hi there. It sounds very much like something in the element shorted, and therefore caused the fuse to trip. I'd say it's most likely that you'll need to replace the element.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 24 January 2011

  • Q Zanusi ZOU575 bottom oven dosn't heat. 0 Answers

    RCD tripped, but fan and light have stopped working as well. Top oven fine. Is it the element? Thanks Dave

    By Woody - Leicester - 19 October 2013