Compatible Fan Oven Element 2300W for U1721N2GB/01

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Description

High Quality Compatible Fan Oven Element 2300W

The function of the fan oven element is to heat the oven cavity. When the cooker knob is turned on for your electric cooker, electricity will flow to the element which then proceeds to heat up. Once the element reaches the desired temperature, the electricity flow switches on and off to maintain the temperature.

If the internal element filament burns out, this can cause the element to short circuit - and will lead it to fail. Potential signs that the element has blown can be visual things, such as a split, bulge, or blow hole on the element.

eSpares has the replacement fan oven element, that could soon be yours, to help get your fan oven back to the required temperature - so you can continue to make your delicious meals!

Specification:

  • 2 Turn
  • 2300 watts
  • Height: 258 (mm)
  • Width 195 mm
  • Tags: 18 mm
  • Manufacturers’ names and numbers are used for reference purposes only. These parts are in no way associated with the initial manufacturers parts.
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.

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  • A simple job if you watch the video

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    By - W. Sussex

    I was expecting this to be an expensive job on an expensive oven. However when looking into what was required, I stumbled across the eSpares video. So actually it was an easy job. The generic part had good reviews, so I went for that. About 15 minutes to change the element, all working well. (Some experience of wiring and the right tools required.)
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    By - Rhoose

    Good Product well priced & easy to fit! saved loads of money not having to call someone out!!
  • Fan oven reclaimed

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    By - Wolverhampton

    Fan oven not working so I went on espares website and saw what the problem was, watched the really helpful video how to replace the element. Ordered applicable part, it arrived the next day and twenty minutes after it arrived the old part was out new part fitted and I was "cooking on gas". Amazing to see the state of the old element. Another easy repair thanks to espares.

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  • Q what do you do with the earth wires 3 Answers

    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

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      On most new ovens the earth connection has been removed. This is because on all ovens in the UK the chassis is earthed and screwing the element in place earths it. If you do have an earth connection we suggest you insulate the end or follow back to the earth point and remove it as it is no longer required.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 February 2015

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      Hi There. 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. Regards

      By Bobby9876 - 03 June 2009

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      Hi Fishface 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!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 02 December 2008

  • Q NEFF B1664 None of the heating elements work - also screws are tight won't come off 2 Answers

    All of the heating elements have stopped working - oven, grill, top'n'bottom heat - all dead. Oven otherwise functions as though it's working - fan comes on, lights etc. Do I need to replace all heating elements - is this just the oven heating element and top grill element. I can't get any ofthe torx screws (T20) off the back plate? They are stuck solid.

    By TE - Nottingham - 30 January 2016

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      Well, it turns out stupid oven had put itself in Demo Mode - with nothing to indicate it was in Demo Mode. Only when you turn Oven off at the fuse and turn it back on again, does it briefly show a message: 'Demo Settings On'. It then took all sorts of experiments to turn the stupid Demo Mode Off.

      By TE - Nottingham - 01 February 2016

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      Use a good screwdriver, for information see our video: How to diagnose problems with your oven: www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/2145

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 February 2016

  • Q The wire clips which connect to the element - one has arced with the old element and corroded 2 Answers

    Is there a replacement wire to connect to the element? My father is a qualified electrician and could fit it with the right part.

    By Anonymous - Cheltenham - 20 February 2011

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      That is correct but ensure the "Lucar" spade terminal is not plastic coated! Always use plain connectors.

      By HarleyJon - Dorset - 27 June 2011

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      They are standard spade connectors (female) can be purchased readily from DIY or motor spares outlets and crimped to the existing wire.

      By Kevo - Leicestershire - 08 March 2011

  • Q NEFF B142W2GB 2 Answers

    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.

    By ashy56 - 16 June 2010

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      Please consult an engineer for support before ordering any spares because we cannot give out technical advice unfortunately.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 25 June 2010

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      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.

      By OldFatMark - Hitchin - 24 June 2010

  • Q How do you remove the fixings 2 Answers

    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?

    By moraleem - 26 November 2009

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      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

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      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

      By ElectricalEngineer - 16 December 2009