Stoves Oven Energy Regulator

Stock Number: ES642989

Manufactured by Stoves

Only 6 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.9 out of 5 (111 customers)

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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 (111 customers)
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    This is the second one purchased from e-spares. Fitted a treat.
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    By - Nairn

    I ordered two of these after watching the video on how to diagnose a temperature issue on two of our cooker rings, once i was certain which parts were needed, I was able to double check through the chat service. Simple enough to replace although a bit of fiddling with connectors and getting the correct access to the regulators was required. Great service as ever, quick delivery and at a reasonable price, i will use espares again for other electrical appliance repairs
  • Well worth it

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    By - United Kingdom

    Couldn't wait for this item to be delivered so that I could use my oven again. Well worth the wait.

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  • Q our hob on the belling cooker is on full power all the time can i fix this problem my self 1 Answer

    By gary smith - manchester - 25 May 2015

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      For information to diagnose your problem see our video: How to diagnose a fault with an electric hob

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 May 2015

  • Q Do you not need a neutral with this regulator 1 Answer

    The one fitted to my cooker has a neutral

    By Ray - Glenrothes fife - 02 May 2015

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      We believe all regulators of this type require a Neutral connection.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 May 2015

  • Q Just replaced the grill element in our Stove oven. When switched on the new grill element failed to work. Would appreciate advice on where to look next. 1 Answer

    Stoves oven Model No 444440089 Serial No 00316450 The element I have fitted' (Element grill single 1700w) this part replaces 082971400 which I originally ordered. Mike

    By mk - Derby - 15 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 - 15 April 2015

  • 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