Stoves Energy Regulator

Stock Number: ES642989

Manufactured by Stoves

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (93 customer reviews)

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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 4.8 out of 5 (93 customer reviews)
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  • A bit of a shock

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    By - Grantham

    Yes it was a bit of a shock when I first opened the parcel and saw that the new regulator was somewhat different to the old one but after closer examination I could see that it had the same number of terminals even though they were in a different location and they were numbered the same as no real problem there. I had never taken the Belling cooker apart before so this was a bit of a learning exercise. It turned out to be easy. FIRST SWITCH OFF and isolate the cooker. Then Remove all the knobs and push buttons, 4 screws (2 front and 2 at the rear) on each side and both side panels were off. 2 more screws on either side of the front was off revealing the panel that holds the regulators in place. 3 screws either side and it was off allowing the removal of the broken regulator. Job done just put it back together.
  • Very efficient service

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    By - N. Wales

    Couldn't find the part anywhere! Just one email and they sourced it for me, direct replacement for original! 30 mins to fit the 4, like a new cooker!
  • Good product

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    By - South Wales

    Regulator failed and needed replacing. Good product at reasonable price. Easy to fit for competant DIY er or electrician. If in doubt contact a qualified person though.

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  • 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

  • Q my cooker wont turn down it stays hot i meen the plates wont turn down they stay the same hate unless i turn it off there are 3 that dose this i have a bellin e662 1 Answer

    im just wounding if this is what could be wrong with it the energy regulator

    By Anonymous - nottingham - 13 January 2014

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      The connections are as follows. P1= line (supply) P2= Load B (one element supply) S2= pilot or indicator 2 = Load A (2nd element supply) 4 = Neutral

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 January 2014

  • Q Different Pins 1 Answer

    I have been supplied with a Invensys MP-V01-SVC to replace the regulator on my Stoves 058570101 hob. The pin layout does not seem to be the same, can anyone help me with this please.

    By Mick - Ipswich - 11 January 2014

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      The connections are: P1= line (supply) P2= Load B (one element supply) S2= pilot or indicator 2 = Load A (2nd element supply) 4 = Neutral

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 13 January 2014

  • Q this Regulator dose not have the same number of pins as old the one that is fitted 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - northants - 03 November 2013

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      There are two types of regulator regularly used for either single or double rings. It sounds like you may need a double ring regulator.

      By Christopher eSpares Staff - 04 November 2013

  • Q how to fit thermostat for belling 444447140 1 Answer

    no control to regulate heat

    By tony777 - belfast nth. ireland - 15 September 2013

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      Please visit the 'Cooker & Hob Advice' section of our Advice Centre, where you'll find videos showing you how to do just that!

      By Joshua eSpares Staff - 17 September 2013