If your cooker is in need of a new bi-metal thermal cut-out, then you've come to the right place and this could be the spare you're after. This genuine spare part might just be what your cooker is in need of to restore it to full working function and have you preparing delicious meals with ease once more.
As this is a genuine spare for select Beko, Flavel and Leisure cookers, please check the model fit list prior to ordering to ensure this part is suitable for your applaince.
Note: Please ensure that you replace the original wiring with what is supplied with this part.
Qmy leisure gas oven gets too hot is the thermostat faulty1 Answer
By karen- United Kingdom
- 20 January 2016
Unfortunately, due to the nature of your enquiry, we cannot advise on repairs of this type. We recommend that only people registered with the Gas Safe Register make this type of repair. Maybe a good option for you would be to use a repair company like "Repaircare" who offer a fixed price repair option.
QHow do I fit the thermal cut out fuse and cable1 Answer
By Tre- Basingstoke
- 29 November 2014
This depends on model. In order for us to answer your question please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers. Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.
QThermal Cutout (Right Hand Oven) Leisure CM10FRC1 Answer
I have ordered this part from you but just want to make sure that it is correct for the Right Hand oven ( I have fitted same before to the Left Hand Fan oven).
Symptoms are - no power to Right Hand Oven, Hot Plate and Burner Igniters.
My circuit diagram shows two Thermal Cut Outs in the appliance, one of which serves these three items.
But I don't yet have the back off - if correct item can you advise where I will locate it? Ta...
By John S- Isle of Wight
- 17 June 2014
We have not been able to identify this part on the exploded diagram. These cut outs are usually fitted at the back near the top of the oven to identify excessive heat.