If your cooker is heating the whole house and your food is taking longer than it should to cook, then it's time to replace the door seal.
This replacement rubber door seal is a genuine spare part and will fit select models of Bosch, Neff and Siemens ovens. Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for your model.
How to replace an oven door seal
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.
Hi, I need a new door seal for my Bosch oven, unfortunately i dont know the model number as it was in the house when i moved in.. The model is at least 6 years old and brown. I have measured the inside rubber and it appears to be 19inches by 13 inches. Will the one you have advertised fit?Please help. Many thanks Lesley.
By wkdwoman- Manchester
- 10 May 2009
There will be a number possibly around the main door, maybe obscured by grime. You will be able to check it out with Espares and their excellent index of model numbers. Good luck.
By Widi- Norfolk
- 29 April 2010
model number is on a plaque on the left side of oven where door closes
By MiketheMechanic- Midlands
- 25 March 2010
Hi Wkdwoman, I can't guarantee whether a part will fit or not without the model number. Yours should be printed somewhere on the cooker - use our guide for help finding it: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a1
QI have a Neff oven & think I require a door seal. The current seal droops along the top edge when the oven gets hot & heat escapes. When it is cold it looks fine. Is this common & please could you let me know if a new seal will cure this problem? Thanks1 Answer
The e.no of the Neff is B1421N1GB/07
I believe I need the item stock no. ES486216 (Bosch?)
By Rodge- lancashire
- 16 January 2014
Plastics and silicones soften and become less elastic when warm and will deteriorate over time. A new seal is almost certainly going to fit and cope better and improve your problem if not cure completely.