Stoves Oven Energy Regulator

Stock Number: ES642989

Manufactured by Stoves

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Oven Energy Regulator

If your cooker's temperature is out of sorts, 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 (108 customers)
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    By - Hadleigh, Suffolk

    No complaints. The website helped me to pick exactly the right part, I fitted it, and it works a treat.
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    By - Torpoint cornwall

    Excellent service as always.delivered within two days.
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    By - Norfolk

    Excellent service. Correct product found for me when I just gave the model and serial number. Arrived very quickly. Will use e-spares again

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  • Q can you please help me with the connection of the energy regulator 1 Answer

    my stove model is 050565031 there are 4 wires (1) red for power (2) white for element (3) yellow for oven fan and other wire not sleeved i think its for thermostat . with the new regulator i am not sure how to connect. help please

    By emmanuel m - United Kingdom - 21 March 2015

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      It sounds like Stock Number: ES509263 is the part you need.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 March 2015

  • Q how do i control the temperature on the rings on the hob 1 Answer

    I have a belling oven model number 444447138, serial number 90319107. All four rings on the hob operate at maximum temperature even when turned to lowest number. Is there a part I can get to control this again. If so does one part fix the problem or do I need one for each ring. Thanks

    By n/a - coleraine, northern ireland - 07 January 2015

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      These regulators work by heating a electric element inside to operate a bi metal spring that can be adjusted to vary the time it takes to switch off. If the common neutral to all the regulators was missing all rings would just switch to full when ever on so check for a neutral fault to these controls.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 January 2015

  • Q gas pressure diminishes in oven-extinguishes? new world high level model 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - cv31 3ef - 04 January 2015

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      The problem is likely to be the thermocouple failing.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 January 2015

  • Q my fan oven cuts out above 200c but should reach 240c 1 Answer

    which part do I need thermostat or energy regulator

    By flash - 26 December 2014

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      A regulator is used to control the element temperature on a grill or hot plate. If your oven has a heating indicator that remains lit and does not go out it may be an element. For more information see our video: How to diagnose problems with your oven

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 30 December 2014

  • Q the grill on my new world 60edom won't work 1 Answer

    the element melted/burnt out, and was replaced. but now the fans come on but the element won't heat up

    By angrypants - oldham - 09 December 2014

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      Your oven uses a switch and the top oven thermostat to control your grill. Check the switch for signs of damage and suspect the thermostat Stock Number: ES509263 if no other fault is found.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 December 2014