Universal Fan Oven Motor 220/240V Stock Number: ES1331607
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This product is compatible with:
- Cookers & Hobs - ensure the dimensions of your motor match the description
High Quality Replacement Fan Oven Motor 220/240V
A defective fan motor could be the reason for hot air not being distributed correctly within your oven. If the food is no longer being cooked evenly throughout, there may be a problem with the motor. Well you needn't worry anymore, eSpares has the perfect part for this problem. Here we have a genuine Hotpoint replacement fan motor, which will get your oven back to 100%. The fan will be rotating once again to ensure your food is cooked to perfection!
- 220 / 240 Volts
- 32 Watts
- 60 Hz
- Diameter of motor mounting plate: 130mm
- Depth of motor and mounting plate: 60mm
- Length of spindle between mounting plate and fan blade: 20mm
- Diameter of fan blade: 150mm
- Depth of fan blade: 22mm
- Note: Not supplied with mounting screws (these may be different to your originals depending on appliance)
Please check the dimensions and the specifications match those of your original fan motor to be sure it will fit your oven. Specifications can usually be found printed on the original motor.
66 Questions and 66 Answers
I am aware that it is opposite thread but the oven has been in use for 10 years or so, is there a particular method for releasing this nut. Not sure about using WD40 in the oven as the smell would linger.
- I struggled with removing the fan blade from my NEFF oven. 10mm nut came off ok using socket set and just holding the blade in position with my hand, problem was then removing the additional shaped washer and the blade itself. Found that gripping the threaded end with some mole grips and them rotating the blade by hand did the trick, although I had to work at it.
- It doesn't matter ,as if your changing the whole fan assembly you don't need any of the old fan,,) and wd40 is fine to use ,but clean off all parts left in oven ,
- I've just removed mine from my cooker thats been used every day for more than ten years. You are right to unscrew the nut by turning clock wise(this is opposite to normal).Hold the fan blade with one hand - maybe with a glove on and using a 10mm spanner undo the nut, it does not matter if you have to use excessive force or even shear the fan motor spindle as obviously you are removing the fan blade to replace the fan motor i presume.
- A Slower and slower start for the fan was symptomatic of the need for a new one. But beware - the element relies on the airflow to cool it Left un cooled it will eventually blow , as mine did , resulting in another 20 quid down the pan. Change the fan now and you might be lucky.
- Sounds like you mighht have a loose conection or it on its way out. I would just wait till it packs in or open up back and check all spade conectors if it is not to much hastle for yourself
Fitted Universal Fan Motor 1 Answer
I changed the fan on my oven and followed all the instructions as guided but when I turn it on its works but its a lot louder than it was originally! does this mean its been fitted wrong? when the cooling fan is on its quite quiet and smooth but when the main fan comes on its noisy! any suggestions?
Chris at eSpares says...
Remove the racks temporary as these can rattle with the vibration and check the fan is not catching on anything.
We took the oven out of it place to look for the model number. Since returning to it's place the fan no longer comes on, the light for the fan oven does not light up and it does not work at all. Will replacing the fan and motor include temperature control (thermostat)? How does the thermostat work on a fan assisted oven? Where is the sensor?
Chris at eSpares says...
The oven will not run until the timer is set.
noisy fan 1 Answer
I have a Electrolux fan oven EKC5044K with a very noisy fan loud humming noise. do you think I need a new fan motor.
Parminder at eSpares says...
We would advise you to view our advice center page for help in diagnosing faults with your appliance: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/2145