Stoves Cooling Fan Motor for 050502061

Stock Number: ES511840

Manufactured by Stoves

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (18 customers)

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Give your oven a breather with this brand new, cooling fan motor.

  • Type: Sunon DP203A-2123LST

Genuine spare part for select Belling, New World and Stoves cookers. Please view the model fit list prior to purchase to ensure the spare is suitable 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 4.9 out of 5 (18 customers)
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    By - bolton

    product was correct arrived on time easy to fit thank you
  • Fantastic service great products

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    By - North Ayrshire scotland

    Bought new fan for diplomat gas oven as it was defective after fitting discovered PCB was also defective. New PCB ordered online at 4.30pm and I received it 11am next day brilliant service. Both products great quality and the website is excellent I'm a returning customer. Everything seems to be from stock. This is how online spares should operate!
  • Stoves cooling fan replacement

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    By - Fife

    Fan seems to be good quality and was changed out in ten minutes, all you need is a Philips screw driver.

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  • Q stoves 900ef 3 Answers

    When cooling down to switch it self off,It trips the circuit switch, changed fan and still the same.

    By Roy - wolverhampton - 30 October 2014

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      Even when an element is not powered a resistance from the neutral to earth may trip your earth trip on the fuse board. I still suspect the elements. Try disconnecting them and insulating the wires before retesting. Remember to disconnect the power first.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 November 2014

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      I have tried both of them and seem ok, when cooling down the only thing on is the fan so could It be the board thats telling it to switch off.

      By Roy - wolves - 03 November 2014

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      The fault is more likely to be one of the heating elements (probably the one just used).

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 October 2014

  • Q cooling fan problems 2 Answers

    the cooling fan in my stoves oven doesnt work. I renewed the cooling fan but it still doesnt work. could it be a thermostat for the fan faulty?

    By paddington - colchester - 14 August 2009

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      I've had the same problem with my stoves oven,I changed the fan but that didnt work either.I changed the cooling fan PCB and hey presto the fan worked.The oven is all singing and dancing again and the wife thinks I'm a genius.

      By Anonymous - Plymouth - 22 August 2012

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      Unfortunately we cannot give out technical advice. I suggest you speak to a technician to confirm what the fault with your appliance is. Hopefully we can help you from there.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 02 June 2010

  • Q Cooling fan on stoves cooker . Should it be blowing out through doors or out the back ie from front to back 1 Answer

    This cooker is fitted between cupboard units with a 600 gap . Over the years the heat from the cooker has lifted the laminate on the unit doors adjacent to cooker . The fan blows the heat out of the front and I am wondering if it should be sucking in from the front and blowing out at the back . Any ideas ???

    By Jarvo - Basingstoke - 26 March 2014

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      The purpose of the cooling an is to remove some of the heat within the case and to blow across the control knobs to help cool and prevent damage. This at best is a gentle breeze and may not be effective enough to prevent damage to surrounding cabinets.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 March 2014

  • Q Fan not shutting off 1 Answer

    Hi, The fan that works when either the grill or oven are on,will not shut off.Is there a heat sensing device (or similar ) that is connected to the fan that has gone wrong,as the fan is going like a goodun!!If this is the case do you sell it ,or do i have to purchase the whole fan to solve the problem? Thanks Steve

    By Anonymous - Folkestone - 10 December 2010

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      Hi there. Between the control knob and the oven fan there is a timer device. This is set to keep the fan spinning for a couple of minutes after you turn off the oven. It sounds very much like this timing device is the part that has failed - it's not switching, or breaking the circuit, and so the fan just keeps on running. Unfortunately I can't point you in the direction of the timer device as this fan fits hundreds of different models of cooker - your best bet is to call 0845 230 6 230 and talk to one of our Parts Experts, armed with your cooker's model number.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 14 December 2010

  • Q Is this what I need? 1 Answer

    I recently bought a new fan for my Stoves Newhome 058585102 oven as nothing seemed to be working apart from the elements. I fitted the new fan on my own (surprised myself!) and it works very well. I discovered that there is another fan - presumably the cooling fan - but it is grinding round very slowly and my oven is overheating. The pictured fan on your page looks like a solid, metal affair, while the fan in my oven is a very lightweight plastic one. It does match my model number, so is this what I need?

    By Tinkerpuss - Fife, Scotland - 26 July 2009

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      In this case, we would suggest you get technical advice to confirm if this part does need to replaced, and then contact our call centre for further assistance.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 02 June 2010