2300 Watt Fan Oven Element for U1721N2GB/01

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Description

This is an easy fitting part and fixing your oven yourself will save you money. This is a genuine spare part - and will fit select Bosch, Neff and Siemens fan ovens. Please view the model fit list prior to purchasing this item.

Please note: Due to new UK standards this part no longer has an earth connector.

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 4.7 out of 5 (99 customers)
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  • Easy to fit

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    By - Ipswich

    This genuine Bosch 2300 Watt Fan Oven Element was very easy to fit. The you tube video detailing the replacement process was very helpful.
  • Let down by the information

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    By - Hertfordshire

    This branded element functions perfectly and will probably be reliable. The biggest issue with it is the complete lack of information. When I took out the old element only two wires were visible. A blue /white single on one side and a twin red/white on the other. After fitting and connecting, the oven didn't work ! Fortunately I saw another wire just visible through the slot for terminals and managed to retrieve it with pliers. Now I had no idea where to fit it (another twin red/white) except the general "red to red" rule. Also fortunately, others have had the same problem and the Internet gave the required guidance. (Both twin red/white s go on the same side) If there had been just a small information sheet the number and disposition of wires would have been clear at the outset.
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    By - United Kingdom

    Having bought a non genuine Neff replacement element previously, it burnt out after 12 months. This time I decided to invest in a genuine Neff element at 3 times the price. I have to rely on e-spares reputation that this is a genuine spare, as it appears identical to the one that burnt out. I don't expect to be replacing this element for 10 years, as this is how long the original one lasted. I have scored quality & value low until I can gauge its durability. Watch the video if in any doubt on how to replace...it's then quite straightforward.

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  • Q I've seen advice on other forums that suggests the existing earth wire should be connected to the fixing screws? Is that not necessary? 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - 03 November 2011

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      The first answer is correct, but the earth wire should have its terminal insulated with tape or block and be tucked into one of the restraining clips on the harness, so that there is no static build up danger. The earth wire must not enter the oven space as this has now been classified differently by the relevant authorities. It is not satisfactory to connect it to the fixing screws of the element. This is why the terminal has been removed.

      By Anonymous - Burley, Hampshire - 26 July 2013

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      This is not necessary as the oven body is earthed. I just covered the existing earth wire and tucked it down the back of the oven.

      By Anonymous - 28 December 2011

  • Q How do you tell between the genuine bosch part and the compatible 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - cumbria - 17 October 2014

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      Check the dimensions and fitting match your element and if it is not clear they match use the original part.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 October 2014

  • Q Hi , my old element has a earth connector on it but my new element hasnt can i still use the new one and were do i put the earth connector on the oven 1 Answer

    can i secure the earth wire to anything our can i just push it away

    By colin - home - 31 August 2011

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      Hi Colin, The element will earth through the m,ounting screws as long as they are tight and they screw into the main body (metal & earthed) of the oven. It always best to secure the earth cable if you are not going to use, so that it doesn't touch anything that it shouldn't. Good Luck

      By Stretchyboy - Hoddesdon - 16 September 2011

  • Q What is the guarantee on this product ? 1 Answer

    By SooB - 28 June 2010

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      We offer a 12 months guarantee on this part.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 30 June 2010

  • Q connectors 1 Answer

    If the new Uk standards have only 2 connectors what do I do with the extra wire Ps I presume the connectors are colour coded brown live blue neutral

    By Cortez - 15 March 2010

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      We cannot give technical advice unfortunately. Please speak to an engineer for support.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 15 June 2010