Indesit 2000 Watt Circular Fan Oven Element

Stock Number: ES546769

Manufactured by Ariston

(This part fits select Indesit models)

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (250 customers)

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If your oven won't heat up, you may have a faulty or blown heating element. This replacement main oven element gets consistently good reviews, and will help you save your cooker from the scrapheap.

  • 2000 Watts
  • 2 turns
  • Length: 210mm
  • Width: 180mm
  • Bracket: 70mm
  • Tags: 25mm

Genuine circular element for select Ariston, Cannon, Creda, Hotpoint and Indesit cookers - please be sure to view the model fit list prior to purchasing this item.

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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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (250 customers)
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  • did what it said on the tin

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    By - ringwood

    Good value and standard delivery was better than stated when placing the order. Will definitely use related again. Very pleased.
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    By - Manchester

    I followed Rory's video guidance for this item when I had to replace one recently. I found that a Torx screwdriver was not required and standard Pozydrive would suffice. In fairness I was fitting it into a standard Cooker but trying all the smaller Torx sizes proved frustrating before I tried my screwdriver which fitted! However I must state that all screws were VERY tight despite appliance being of for over 24 hours and I ended up getting a pair of gardening gloves on to assist to initially 'crack' them loose. Cooker I fitted it to also had no direct earth wire onto element! Overall exchanging faulty with new 10/10 though :)
  • Recommended for anyone to fit!

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    By - Isle of Harris

    This element was an exact replacement for the one being removed. All tabs and screw holes matched up perfectly and the whole changeover process took about five minutes in total.

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  • Q oven light comes on but oven and fan dont work 1 Answer

    replaced element but still nothing

    By john hair - birmingham - 05 April 2015

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      For information on your repair see our video: How to diagnose problems with your oven

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 April 2015

  • Q When l switch my oven on l have to give the fan a tap in order to start working, then after an hour or so the oven cuts out and l have to wait about 10 mins for it to start working again. Any ideas??? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Worcester - 05 January 2015

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      The fan motor is likely to be binding and not circulating the air correctly. Replacing it will improve if not eliminate the second problem completely.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 January 2015

  • Q ELEMENT OR FAN 1 Answer

    The element and fan have started working intermittently, If I leave it turned on after a while they will start to work then they stop again. DO you think a new element will sort it or will I need a fan as well or is it something different.

    By Dillon - Devon - 11 December 2013

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      If on switch on the element starts heating and the fan struggles to turn the problem is likely to be the fan motor and this can cause the element to overheat and fail. Replace the fan motor as soon as possible if this is the case.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 12 December 2013

  • Q Element or Thermostat how do I tell which has gone the oven does not heat up 1 Answer

    By Am - Manchester - 28 July 2013

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      If the indicator light comes on when turning the thermostat up then the element is likely to be at fault, but if the light fails to come on then it could be a fault with a cut-out, wiring or the thermostat.

      By Joshua eSpares Staff - 05 August 2013

  • Q when i switch my ovan on the fan does not go round so ive ordered a new one. how do i know if it is just the fan that is broken or the element as well hope somebody can help .thanks w 1 Answer

    By dougaldog - 20 July 2011

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      Hi, not that I'd call myself an expert, but I've just replaced the element on my oven. For us, the fan came on ok, but, as the element had heat. If your oven is getting hot,then my educated guess is the element is ok, just the fan has gone .On my cooker the fan sits inside the element and there is no connection between the two (element you can replace from within the oven, the fan , looks like you need to take the back off the cooker).

      By spineygogo - Stevenage - 30 July 2011