Belling 2500 Watt Circular Fan Oven Element

Stock Number: ES167781

Manufactured by Belling

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This top selling fan oven element consistently receives positive customer feedback about how easy it is to fit.  Save money by fixing it yourself over hiring someone else to do it. Cooker & Hob how-to videos can be found here.

This circular oven element is a genuine Belling/Stoves spare part and is fitted with two spade end connectors.

  • 2500 Watts
  • 2 Turns
  • Length: 245mm
  • Width: 245mm
  • Bracket: 70mm
  • Tags: 40mm
  • End to centre bracket: 220mm

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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 4.9 out of 5 (534 customers)
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  • Not always in its' element

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    By - Hampshire

    We use these elements in our house on the Isle of Mull. We've owned the house for 12 years, and in that time we've had to fit three of these replacement elements. Perhaps Mull is prone to periods of high voltage, or voltage spikes. So we have to keep an element in stock, as you never know when the next one is going to fail. Luckily the elements are easy to fit in our Creda oven.
  • 2nd repair to my oven - done by me

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    By - amersham

    the video is great, I used it last time the element went, 5 years ago. it's not that easy to actually do but I got there. one VERY IMPORTANT POINT - the oven won't work until you reset the time! I fitted element, turned oven back on - nothing, took it all apart again and redid it - still nothing. Gave up, reset oven time, oven now works - might be worth mentioning - this is for CANNON Henley
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    By - Goffs oak Herts

    Arrived as promised quality will only be judged after time previous one lasted 3 years however this one cost nearly twice as much hence value for money rating . 5 star rating as I value this supplier for their advice and service.
    • Response by Chris on 03 Aug 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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  • Q is it easy to install? instructions? 4 Answers

    By rjrj - 10 June 2009

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      Very easy. If you can operate a screwdriver you can do this!

      By Leslie11 - North Devon - 04 May 2010

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      ever so easy to fit just note how you take old one out and do the reverse to fit

      By nchamb - 17 March 2010

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      easy to fit,quick service an easy job with parts supplied

      By Happyboy - Saffron Walden - 19 February 2010

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      Yes it is - I fitted it into a Cannon 10450g it took 15 minutes and you only need a single medium philips screwdriver. I have since written a review elsewhere on this site with fixing instructions.

      By bluebeard - Huddersfield - 24 June 2009

  • Q Another video ? 3 Answers

    Do you have a video showing fitting to a Cannon Henley cooker - back plate has a light attached, so it's different from the Neff that you've shown.

    By BridgeCoach - 01 June 2009

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      My Hotpoint oven also has a light in the backplate. Just unscrew the light cover and the back plate is then free. Good opportunity to clean the light cover.

      By Tanllwyn - Llangollen - 25 May 2010

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      I have a Cannon Henley too, The bulb has a glass cover. You unscrew that then the rest is just like the video except its 45 degrees turned, and there are only 2 connection points rather than 3.

      By HousewifeMX - Amersham - 19 May 2010

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      Hi Bridgecoach, we're working on getting a lot more videos uploaded to the site and YouTube, however the actual shooting takes a lot of time - planning, shooting, editing - hiring a film crew isn't easy! So unfortunately we wouldn't be able to get a video up for you in the immediate future, however I have added to our video 'to-do' list.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 26 June 2009

  • Q My oven isn't heating up, will this be the element that needs replacing. 1 Answer

    I have a hotpoint EW81P

    By suefairypow - 15 November 2011

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      Most likely the element yes. Take a look from the following list of elements that fit your model:

      By Caitlin eSpares Staff - 16 November 2011

  • Q New element fitted, but now trips RCD. 1 Answer

    Fitted new element to main oven (Hotpoint BU82SS). All was well for three days, now it trips RCD after warming up (2 minutes). Fitted further 2 spare elements and the same thing happens. Works for a few days normal usage then trips RCD after 2 minutes heating up. Fan is turning OK and top oven works. Any thoughts?

    By Anonymous - 28 December 2010

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      Is the fine earth filament still in tact, they are easy to snap and are the conectors at the back away from all other matallic parts (just a thought)

      By cliffmun - 15 January 2011

  • Q What is the diameter of this element? 1 Answer

    By mlythaby - 10 July 2009

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      I can give you the diameter but you should order the spare part applicable to your particular oven manufacturer - Screwfix covers most of these.

      By Pentagon - Guildford - 26 August 2009