Diplomat Oven Circulation Fan Motor Assembly for ADP5864

Stock Number: ES218682

Manufactured by Stoves

(This part fits select Diplomat models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (131 customer reviews)

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Get the heat swirling around your oven once more with this brand new, replacement fan motor assembly.

Fix it yourself and save money!

This replacement fan motor assembly is a genuine spare part and will fit select Ariston, Belling, New World and Stove cookers. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

How to replace an oven fan motor

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.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (131 customer reviews)
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  • Circulation fan for stoves oven

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    By - essex

    Brilliant!! Delivered on time, simple job to fit, took 15 mins start to finish. Will definately use espares again.
  • Oven Circulation Fan Motor Assembley

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    There were slight differences for the wiring. A slip of paper from the manufacturer indicating the correct wiring would be helpful. I did mange to work it out.
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    By - south croydon

    The fan is fine but needs 3 nuts and bolts as existing fan was threaded and with the oven out and back off I had to scratch around for nuts and bolts .

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  • Q will this fan stop screaming noise in oven 2 Answers

    my oven is making a screaming sound when on the fan is still working but could a new one stop this noise

    By grimo - 09 December 2008

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      My Stoves oven was doing the same thing and also slowing and speeding up while howling like a banshee. I replaced the fan motor and noise etc is gone. Looks like new fan has fixed the problem. Our oven model is DF550SI, model no. 050544026 if yours is similar.

      By lebk1202 - Hampshire - 05 December 2009

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      Hi Grimo Without actually seeing your Stoves cooker, it is impossible to tell what is causing this problem. What I would advise is talking to your local Stoves or cooker specialist and they should be able to diagnose the problem for you. And that's where we come in! With hundreds of Stoves spares, we're bound to have the part for you

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 15 December 2008

  • Q I have been trying to source a new fan for my oven. It is a STOVES 900DFT (model no.444440195) It is constantly out of stock with stoves. The fan in the oven does look like the image shown. 1 Answer

    By Flint - mandy.hinson2@btinternet.com - 02 March 2014

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      This is the correct fan for your oven according to our information.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 March 2014

  • Q The fan in the top grill/oven has stopped working. cooks ok but can overheat if cooking above 220. is it the fan or an electrical switch please. the bottom oven is fine. 1 Answer

    Stoves 700EF

    By didz - huddersfield west yorkshire - 07 January 2014

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      Check the fan spins freely and it has a resistance of less than approximately 3000 ohms, If not replace it. If the fan checks out replace the cut in/fan thermostat.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 January 2014

  • Q Replacing the fan Didn't solve it :( 1 Answer

    my stoves fan started making a noise and then eventually stopped. The day the replacement arrived it started spinning again but only for a day or two. At the point I replaced it, it was either stopped or moving very slowly. Imagine my disappointment when the brand new fan behaved the same! Any ideas? Will examine any passive components when I get round to taking the back off again...

    By Les-h - bromley kent - 10 May 2011

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      P.S Fan spins fine when only light is on, as soon as heating element draws current, fan grinds to a halt...

      By Les-h - bromley kent - 11 May 2011

  • Q My 720Ef Stoves oven is slow heating but does reach temperature and cooks unevenly, favouring the right side. On a full tray of food the outside cooks before the inside items. Would this be the fan, or is it likely to be an element? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - 11 January 2011

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      Hi, It does sound like the fan, in my Q720EM (ten years old now) the fan had been playing up for about a year. We had to give the fan a push to get it started. Just before xmas the element went wrong, so i changed that. After that the oven was reaching temperature, but not cooking very well, i noticed that the fan wasn't spinning very fast, so I got this replacment for it. As soon as i put the oven on for the first time, you could see the fan spinning much quicker, the oven now works perfectly again.

      By Jason - bracknell - 13 January 2011