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Half Moon Fan Oven Element - 1700W Stock Number: ES209574

Half Moon Fan Oven Element - 1700W - ES209574
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3.9 out of 5 Rated 3.9 out of 5(170 customers)

High quality replacement spare part for select models of Bosch, Neff and many more brands of ovens

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High Quality Compatible Half Moon Fan Oven Element - 1700W

The function of the fan oven element is to heat the oven cavity. When the cooker knob is turned on for your electric cooker, electricity will flow to the element which then proceeds to heat up. Once the element reaches the desired temperature, the electricity flow switches on and off to maintain the temperature.

If the internal element filament burns out, this can cause the element to short circuit - and will lead it to fail. Potential signs that the element has blown can be visual things, such as a split, bulge, or blow hole on the element.

eSpares has the replacement fan oven element, that could soon be yours, to help get your fan oven back to the required temperature - so you can continue to make your delicious meals!


  • 1700 Watts
  • 2 Turn
  • Length: 156mm
  • Width: 240mm
  • Bracket: 45mm
  • Tags: 18mm


Compatible spare part suitable for select models of Bosch, Neff and Siemens ovens.

Please check the list of suitable models and the sizes in the specification area, to ensure that this spare part is suitable for your appliance.

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(170 reviews)

3.9 out of 5

Ease of fitting 2 out of 5
Quality 3 out of 5
Value 3 out of 5
  • Angus.
    3.0 out of 5

    Good while it lasted.

    Not too bad to fit. Replaced a part 14 years old. Bit snug with fan but clear as it rotated. It lasted 11 months and has blown with a hole appearing in the element. Had hoped for a longer life. Buy a new element or new cooker? Has to be the element.

    Ease of fitting 3.0 out of 5
    Quality 3.0 out of 5
    Value 2.0 out of 5
  • Argyll
    4.0 out of 5

    Does the job

    Fitting is difficult because you have to remove the fan blade (left hand thread!) to get access to the fixing bracket at the top of the element. Best to take the oven out and lay on its back with door off. Also it is difficult to get the element connectors through the back plate apertures which should be bigger. Finally the top bracket on the new element was misaligned (poor design/manufacture) ) with the screw hole and could not be fixed at this point. However the 4 other fitting screws are sufficient to hold the element securely and safely in place without fixing the top bracket.

    Ease of fitting 2.0 out of 5
    Quality 3.0 out of 5
    Value 4.0 out of 5
  • Norfolk
    4.0 out of 5

    Good price

    Not easy to fit and angle or shape very slightly different but with a bit of force fitted and works fine

    Ease of fitting 2.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
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5 Questions and 8 Answers

The oven element was replaced in Jan. 2013

By Anonymous - scotland - 15 February 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Re Scott's input, thanks for your comments but it is not usual for the thermostat to cause this problem. However some elements that have not been used for a while will absorb a little moisture from the atmosphere causing electrical leakage and tripping. However if the element is heated up it can clear this moisture and resolve the problem.

  • I had the exact same issue. we replaced the thermostat and no more problems. did not replace the element. By scott - london - 01 August 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    The most likely cause is a failing element but it may be necessary to replace it to prove this is the fault.

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I had my oven element changed a year ago by a local chap. it has now gone again, so im trying to replace a new one bought from yourselves, saving money on the fix it man. I followed everything to the part of unscrewing the element. There is a screw at the top, behind the fan. The fan does not allow for this screw to be removed without removing the fan, how do I do this, the fan spins and the nut is solid. Help

By JackieF - - 10 March 2010
  • Squirt it with wd40 - leave it for at least 30 mins then have another go - remember that the nut turns the opposite way to normal! By andrew47 - Ripon - 16 March 2010
  • Rory from eSpares
    Rory at eSpares says...

    Hi Jackief, great to hear you've decided to fix your element yourself! We have a How-To video on fitting an oven element which you can view here: The cooker in the video is a different brand, but you can use similar techniques fitting yours to what's shown in the video.

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Neff U1721 fan oven trips main house board when cooking at approx 200, works fine at 180 or lower. Top oven works fine at high temp so its not the main trip.

By Lyndon Bridges - Worcestershire - 05 November 2015
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    It is likely to be a failing element.

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Have tried doing this with the oven in place. As there is a screw holding the element behind the fan, I undid the nut for the fan but the fan won't just pull off - do I need to use more force ? Also, will the wires for the element pull through the slots so I can detach them ?

By Gcast - - 12 November 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    If your oven uses the 'cast' type of fan they can seize onto the motor shaft. Use a little penetrating oil on the shaft allow to work and then try 'tapping' the fan with a screwdriver handle to help shock it free on the shaft.

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By fazza - North Yorkshire - 18 March 2012
  • Yes sounds like it , if british gas supplied and fitted the element get them back out most parts have a 3 month guarantee. Also if your paying for it tell them like for like wont do ! you want the exact element fitting . By Anonymous - Stoke on Trent - 22 March 2012
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