Has the element for your fan oven worn out over time and failed you? Are you concerned you'll have to buy a whole new oven now? Well, thanks to eSpares, you don't have to worry anymore! This compatible spare element could be just the part to get your oven firing on all cylinders, saving you money in the process!
Circular Element, Fan Heater, Fan Resistor, Turbo Element, Main Oven Element, Round Element
Height: 258 (mm)
Width 195 mm
Tags: 18 mm
Compatible spare part suitable for select models of Bosch, Neff and Siemens 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.
I have a NEFF B142W2GB, its around 3 years old. When I use the grill its ok, but when I put the oven on it runs for about 10 to 12 minuets and then it blows the 63A 30mA RCD in the consumer unit. Could it be the element.
- 16 June 2010
Please consult an engineer for support before ordering any spares because we cannot give out technical advice unfortunately.
- 25 June 2010
sounds like it could be - my oven element tripped the RCD when it went. Your element could be shorting only when it gets really hot and so when it trips and cools down again it is no longer a short circuit. So a new element is the likey answer but I am no expert - just a humble engineer. I bought the universal one and it is easy to fit - dont know about reliability - only had it a week.
The fixings on the terminal plate of my cooker element are different. One is a phillips self tapping screw but the other is a very slim headed bolt with a head approx 1mm thick. I cant get any purchase on this to remove it.
Any ideas how to remove?
- 26 November 2009
I had the same problem. It is necessary to pull the oven out, remove the screws and take off the back plate. Obviously you have switched off at the supply point. You can then get access to a nut and undo it. I replaced my element with an M4 bolt. Make sure you fit the earthing wire when you put the washer and nut back on. Good luck. I hate espares
By PHERB4- Leighton Buzzard
- 25 February 2010
I assume 1mm thick means the depth not the width of the head. It could be a countersunk screw.
Assuming you have enough room, try using a good pair of "Mole Grips" to get the screw started.
If all else fails, try tapping with a centre punch at a 60 degree tangent, and replacing the screw
QWhy a different watt to the genuine part?2 Answers
I have just ordered this part for my Neff U1422 but have just noticed that there is a difference in this and the genuine part.
This item is listed as 2400w and the genuine part (which I thought would be same spec) is listed as 2300w (item ES655398).
Would you please advise why there is a difference as I am not concerned about safety.
- 17 August 2009
Don't worry about the rating, as the voltage tolerance has changed in recent years in the UK. It may just take a few minutes longer to cook stuff.
By Gilbod- Cambridge
- 27 April 2010
The universal versions are made to suit the majority of ovens, fitting this as a replacement for a 2300w version will not cause any issues. The oven's thermostat will control the temperature it reaches.
So in my opinion nothing to worry about.
there are two wires for the earth terminal coming from the back of the oven what do you do with these as they might touch the live connections when replacing
the element back into postion
By fishface- st neots
- 28 November 2008
Simply remove the spade connection for the earth connection on the element, then fit a ring type crimp on the wire, pass 1 of the fixing screws through the hole in the ring terminal & replace the fixing screw to secure the element & this will re-fix the earth in the correct position.
- 03 June 2009
Your best bet for advice fitting this is an electrician or cooker specialist. We're not electricians, we don't want to give you advice that might be dangerous!