Stoves Energy Regulator

Stock Number: ES642989

Manufactured by Stoves

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Description

If your cooker's temperature is out of whack, you may need to replace its energy regulator.

This is a genuine spare part and will fit select models of Belling, New World, and Stoves ovens and hobs. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

Please note: For some models this part is serial number dependent. Prior to ordering please check that your model and serial number are listed to make sure that this is the energy regulator for your hob. If you are unsure, please contact our Call Centre with the full details from your appliance data plate.

Electrical connections

P1= line (supply)

P2= Load B  (one element supply)

S2= pilot or indicator
 
2 = Load A (2nd element supply)
 
4 = Neutral

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (98 customers)
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  • Stoves Energy Regulator

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    By - Scotland

    Easy part to fit. Takes only approx. 5 -10mins to remove existing faulty part and connections and to connect up to new part. Worked perfect when hob ring was switched on.
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    The energy regulator was delivered promptly and was well packaged to ensure no damage was caused in transit. Genuine identical replacement part
  • Was the same as fitted on our Belling Hob

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    By - Trowbridge

    Hardest part really was getting the plastic pins out of the fixing pieces either side of the hob. Only one of them screwed out, the others just turned. I put the edge of my (very sharp Victorinox) penknife blade against the side of the pins to tease them out a bit, then they came out with a small pair of pliers easily. This regulator was identical to the one fitted, so it was simple to just swap wire for wire and then test it. Nice to have control of the large back hob again, before it was 2 settings, "Off"and "Oh my God why is the cooker glowing red". Simmer is now back on the menu. Oh, when lifting off the ceramic top, lift it at the end opposite to the Hot Indicator. There are some wires which go to this which will get in the way otherwise.

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  • Q my grill is just red hot is this the right part 4 a grill 1 Answer

    its a new world classic 100df mod200561050 ser 40825751

    By Anonymous - kendal - 16 September 2014

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      This should be the regulator for your grill.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 September 2014

  • Q can you give me instrctions on replacing an energy regulator on a stoves EC600 DO DLm 1 Answer

    By Robbie - IV10 8TH - 02 August 2014

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      For a similar video to your repair see: How to Replace an Indesit Cooker Hotplate Control Switch http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/2465/how-to-replace-an-indesit-cooker-control-switch-

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 August 2014

  • Q Will this fit a Belling DB92 BL 1 Answer

    I have a Belling DB 92 BL. The temp now refuses to go above around 120/150 degrees. Can I source a thermostat/energy regulator to rectify the issue? Many thanks

    By Harry - Bristol - 02 May 2014

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      To diagnose problems with your oven see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/2145/how-to-diagnose-problems-with-your-oven

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 02 May 2014

  • Q The wiring I have on my energy regulator for my Belling db90 oven 1 Answer

    I have purchased a new energy regulator, Stoves stock no ES642989, from you but am having trouble sorting out the wiring. On the old regulator I had 4 connections - 1 large wire in a red sleeve was connected directly into the regulator. - 1 white lead connected to terminal F - 1 white lead to terminal G - 1 blue lead to terminal H Which terminals do these wires fit onto the new regulator with your website saying the following: P1 = line(supply) P2 = Load B 9one element supply) S2 = pilot or indicator 2 = Load A ( 2nd element supply) 4 = Neutral I wired as follows but tripped the elctrics: P1 = Red P2 = White S2 = Blue 2 = White I have no neutral. Can you help?

    By Anonymous - Shropshire - 28 April 2014

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      The large wire in a red sleeve should be the supply live and connect to P1. The two white connectors are load A and load B they connect to P2 and 2 connectors. The final blue wire connects to terminal 4. Before reconnecting the supply measure between live and neutral as you turn the oven control on and confirm there is a resistance of between 20 and 50 ohms and no resistance to earth under 2,000,000 ohms. if this is ok then reconnect the power to test fully.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 April 2014

  • Q Pin Numbers for energy regulator 1 Answer

    Hi thanks for reply to original question, but my regulator has only 4 pins P1 - P2.4 - 2 - S2.

    By Mick - Ipswich - 13 January 2014

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      The marking P2.4 refers (we believe) to two separate connectors P2 and 2 on the same side. and connectors 4 and S2 on the other side.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 14 January 2014