If the fan oven element has faltered in your appliance you’ll want a replacement as this of course is the cheaper alternative to buying a new machine all together. We stock a large variety of genuine parts for most of your appliances however due to production discontinuation and perhaps you may just want a more economical alternative to the original - luckily eSpares can supply.
We have a number of different types of universal fan oven elements available and are usually made to the same standard as the originals. However before purchasing your universal element it is worth measuring the dimensions and fittings of your existing element before taking the plunge and ordering the new part.
This video shows an example on how to remove or replace the part on a typical machine, some models may be different but the procedure should be similar.
What You Will Need:
Step 1 - Safety Advice
Safety First! Please make sure that you have disconnected the appliance from the mains before beginning any repair.
Caution: Due to the sharp edges exposed we suggest suitable Safety Gloves are worn to help prevent injury when carrying out this repair.
Step 2 - Create Some Room
Now to begin - we want to remove the door, to do this - simply undo the hinge clasps this will help you effortlessly lift the door away from the oven. Once the door has been moved - remove the shelves from the oven cavity this will allow for easier access to the back of the oven.
You can now also remove the fan cover which sits at the back of the oven and is held in place with some screws.
Step 3 - Element Removal
With the fan cover out of the way you will be able to access the element. To remove it there is usually screws holding it in place - unscrew these and the element will be released. With the element now loose carefully pull it away from the oven back.
Step 4 - Reassembly
With the old, faulty element loose you can now fit the new element. Following the steps above, simply transfer the electrical connectors, screw the element back in place and reattach the fan cover.
Put the wire shelves back into your cooker and then refit the door, don’t forget to put the hinge clasps down to secure the door in place and hey-presto you’ve fitted a new fan oven element.
Please Note: Once everything is in place don’t forget to reset your oven timer if it is fitted...please refer to your user manual for details on how to set your timer. If your manual is nowhere to be seen then download a PDF version of it right here on our site.
Congratulations now that you have repaired your oven, you may feel you can tackle any home appliance repair! If you do have any other machines throughout your home which require fixing - see our other advice articles first before tackling to best ensure you get the job done right!
If you require other replacement parts for your cooker or hob see our online catalogue for an extensive range of parts to help get you back in charge of the cooking.