Bosch 172345 Large Burner Cap This Bosch Large burner cap fits the following cookers and hobs: ..
Bosch 172647 Oven Door Hinge Runner This Bosch door hinge runner fits the following cookers and ..
Bosch 173594 Mechanical Lock This Bosch mechanical lock fits the following cookers and hobs: ..
Bosch 181027 Black Cooker Control Knob This Bosch control knob fits the following cookers and hob..
Bosch 186932 Sealing This Bosch sealing fits the following Cooker and Hobs: Bosch: NHT645SEU/01..
Bosch 218745 Oven Door Glass Outer This Glass Outer fits the following Ovens Bosch HBN3363/01 ..
Bosch 260797 Left Hand Main Oven Door Hinge This Bosch door hinge fits the following cookers and hob..
Bosch 260798 Right Hand Main Oven Door Hinge This Bosch door hinge fits the following cookers and ho..
Bosch 262192 Cooker Sealing This Sealing fits the following cookers and hobs: Bosch: HBN412AG..
Bosch & Neff 263095 3 Sided Oven & Cooker Door Seal This Bosch Oven Seal fits the followi..
Bosch 263095 Small Oven Door Seal This Bosch Door Seal fits the following cookers and hobs: B..
Bosch 267439 Main Oven Lamp and Cover This Bosch Lamp and Cover fits the following ovens, Cookers ..
Bosch 267845 Left Hand Hinge this bosch left hand hinge fits the following cookers and hobs: bosch: ..
Bosch 267845 Main Oven Door Hinge This Bosch door hinge fits the following cookers and hobs: Bosc..
With over 5,000 cooker spares and oven spares in stock, whether you are a cooker repair engineer or a DIY enthusiast, Spares Direct can provide a next day delivery service anywhere in the UK. Alternatively, you can pick up your cooker parts from our head office in Leeds. Our range of cooker sWith over 5,000 cooker spares and oven spares in stock, whether you are a cooker repair engineer or a DIY enthusiast, Spares Direct can provide a next day delivery service anywhere in the UK. Alternatively, you can pick up your cooker parts from our head office in Leeds. Our range of cooker spare parts include: Bulbs, Buttons, Control Units, Cooker Fan Motors, Door Hinges, Door Seals, Filters, Gas Safety Valves, Grill Elements, Grill Pans, Heating Elements, Ignition Switches, Inner Doors, Knobs, Lamp Covers, Lamps, Motors, Neon, Outer Doors, Rubber Feet, Shelf Supports, Switches, Temper Limiters, Thermocouples, Thermostats & Wire Shelves.
As one the leading distributers of cooker parts in the UK, Spares Direct have close working relationships with all the major cooker spares manufacturers, including AEG, Neff, Hoover, Candy, Bosch, Baumatic, Smeg, Cannon, Whirlpool, Hotpoint, Fisher Paykel, Beko, Electrolux, Caple, Zanussi and Siemens. We also stock a full compliment of range cooker spares, from Rangemaster and Britannia.
As a company that has an appliance repair pision itself, we understand how critical it is to deliver your cooker spare as quickly as possible. Particularly for cooker repair engineers, where time is money, we appreciate that without that cooker part you can’t do your job, which is why our distribution service is second to none.
You will find our customer service staff knowledgeable, helpful and efficient. That is because they have been well trained and developed experience over several years with the business.
Because we buy in bulk, our cooker spare prices are extremely competitive, and significantly lower than traditional high street retailers. So whether you are looking to buy a cooker control board or a heating element, we can assure you that you will get a great deal.
Cooker Parts that most commonly fail or break
By far the most common part to break on a Cooker or Oven would be the Heating Element, you can normally tell if this needs replacing if your oven is turning on the fan is spinning but the oven itself is not getting hot. Luckily this is one of the easier parts to replace. You can repair it without even removing the oven from the unit. In order to replace the element you’ll need to open the oven door, remove all wire shelves and anything else that would restrict you getting to the back wall of the oven, you could even remove the door but this is not a necessity. There should be 4 screws in either corner of the oven, once you have removed these screws, remove the back panel and behind it you will see the element. There will be another two or three screws depending on the make and model holding the element in. Once you have freed the element two or three cables will still be attached, these will slide off, with a bit of force. To finish all you will need to do is wire in the new element screw it in place and fit the back panel.
If the oven is on and the fan is not spinning this is a sure sign that it needs replacing. In order to replace the fan motor, you will need to remove the oven from the kitchen unit, this can be done by opening your oven door, removing the 4 screws that hold the oven to the cavity, which can be found around the inside of the cavity frame. Once you remove the oven from the unit you will need to remove the outer back cover of the oven, you will also need to remove the inside back cover. There will be a nut in the middle of the fan blade, these are usually reverse thread, so you will need to unscrew the nut in the opposite way to what you would normally think. Then remove the fan blade as well. On the back of the oven you will need to remove the live and neutral cables and unscrew the three holding screws, the motor will then be free to remove from the machine. Then all you need to do is screw the new motor to the back of the oven, put the fan bade back in place, screw the nut on to hold it in, connect the cables and replace both the back and inside cover.
If your thermostat knob is not making the normal click when you turn it, or the oven is not getting to the temperature that you are setting, then it is likely that the thermostat needs replacing. In order to get to the thermostat you will need to remove the oven from the unit, again you can do this by unscrewing the 4 screws inside the door. At the inside back of the oven usually at the top you will see the thermostat capillary, this will unclip. You will then have to remove the outside back cover of the oven by unscrewing the 4 screws that hold it in. You will then have to remove the top panel, which will then reveal the back of the thermostat and the cables connecting to it. You can then remove the capillary by sliding it out of the oven from the back. You will then need to remove any cables connected to the thermostat; a top tip would be to take a photo or label the cables so that you know where to put them back. You will then need to remove the knob from the front of the oven, and unscrew the screws that are hidden behind the knob. All you will need to do then is repeat the process but in reverse.
To make sure you order the correct part for your oven, you will need a model number, you will be able to find it written on the inside of the door or the inside of the cavity frame