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  1. 2100 watts Fan Oven Heater Element-Beko Flavel & Leisure
    Quality replacement 2100 watt fan oven heater element fits various Beko Flavel & Leisure ovens.
    Description: 2 Turns, 2100 watts, Length 250 mm, Width 190 mm, Bracket 70 mm, Tags: 25 mm
    £18.90
  2. Teba 2000 watts Fan Oven Heater Element
    Quality replacement 2000 watts fan oven element fits Teba ovens.
    Description: 2000 Watts, 2 Turns, Length: 225 mm, Width: 205 mm, 
    Bracket: 70 mm, Tags: 25 mm
    £20.50
  3. Fridge Freezer Ranco Thermostat - VS5
    Quality replacement Ranco VS5 thermostat fits various fridge freezers.
    This item is equivalent to this product code - K54P1102
    £20.86
  4. Fridge Freezer Thermostat
    Quality replacement thermostat that fits various fridge freezers.
    This item is equivalent to this product code - VT93 - K59-P1662
    £14.20
  5. Genuine Washing Machine Door Seal

    Genuine replacement door seal Suitable for listed models from Alpari, Altus, Ansonic, Arcelik, Ardem, Aya, Bee Electrics, Beko, Blomberg, Bluesky, Campomatic, Continental Edison, Croma, Crown, Cucine, Elba, Electrolux, Elekta, Euromaid, Exquisit, Far, Fortress, Funix, Generalmatic, Graetz, Grundig, Jide, Kenwood, Konka, Listo, Magic, Meiling, Modena, New House, Nikkei, Nortline, Offenberg, Penguin, Philco, Pilot, Rainford, Raymond, Saba, Schaub Lorenz, Selecline, Siera, Smeg, Speed, Star Mal, Starwash, Style, Sunny, Super General, Surfline, Thomson, Tophouse, Universal, Vico, Weili, Westpoint, Xinfei and Zanussi .
    THIS IS A GENUINE PRODUCT

    £39.64
  6. Washing Machine Door Hinge (old Style)
    Genuine replacement door hinge for your Beko washing machine.
    Failing door hinges are a common fault on most home appliances. The washing machine door and washing machine hinges are easy to replace.
    THIS IS A GENUINE BEKO PRODUCT
    £12.59
  7. e-cloth Hob & Oven Pack
    This pack contains two cloths to clean all types of hob and oven, for a sparkling finish
    £9.85
  8. e-cloth Kitchen Cleaning Pack
    This pack contains e-cloth's two essential cloths at a small saving the general purpose and glass and polishing clothsThis pack contains e-cloth's two essential cloths at a small saving the general purpose and glass and polishing cloths. General Purpose Cloth Ideal for the kitchen, this cloth will clean all hard surfaces, including thick grease. It is the ideal workhorse cloth for the kitchen and its versatility also makes it suitable for all household cleaning. The thicker fibres and their wedge-shape construction give the cloth its extraordinary cleaning power. They also gives the cloth high and rapid absorbency. Perfect when used in combination with the Glass & Polishing Cloth, which is ideal for taps, kettles, toasters, stainless steel and the final polish of worktops. 32cm x 32cm Glass & Polishing Cloth The Glass & Polishing cloth is our most versatile cloth. It will perform well on all light cleaning. It is exceptional on shiny surfaces and will leave taps, kettles, toasters and stainless steel completely smear-free. It will easily outperform specialist liquid cleaners on mirrors and glass. The cloth has a different fibre construction and a different weave to the General Purpose cloth. This reduces overall absorbency and makes it less effective on heavy dirt. However, it increases the speed at which moisture is absorbed and its performance on light grease and dirt is excellent. This is what enables it to leave surfaces so shiny. 40 x 50cm // 3){ /////This is for Second Part (Brand Boash) if (typeof(arr[2])!=='undefined') { if (arr[2].match(/eneric.*/) || arr[2].match(/niversal.*/)) { console.log('************GENERIC OR UNIVERSAL PART**********'); }else { document.write(arr[2]); } } }/////end of if arr lenth // ]]> Oven & Cooker Parts When you are looking for a spare part for your // 3){ /////This is for Second Part (Brand Boash) if (typeof(arr[2])!=='undefined') { if (arr[2].match(/eneric.*/) || arr[2].match(/niversal.*/)) { console.log('************GENERIC OR UNIVERSAL PART**********'); }else { document.write(arr[2]); } } }/////end of if arr lenth // ]]> built in oven, cooker or hob we recommend the first thing you should do is locate down the proper model number for your product. We advise you not to trust the user guide or manual as all too often these will be generic and cover a range of ovens or cookers and not just the particular model that you own. For built in ovens you will normally find the rating plate inside the oven door or on the lip of the door opening of the actual oven. It is not unknown but far from common for the rating plate to be anywhere else. Built in hobs are far more tricky as in almost all cases the model number will be on the underside of the hob meaning that anything below the hob itself has to be removed to see the model number. Instructions on how to get your // 3){ /////This is for Second Part (Brand Boash) if (typeof(arr[2])!=='undefined') { if (arr[2].match(/eneric.*/) || arr[2].match(/niversal.*/)) { console.log('************GENERIC OR UNIVERSAL PART**********'); }else { document.write(arr[2]); } } }/////end of if arr lenth // ]]> oven out to get your hob or oven model numbers you can find in this guide on how that is most commonly done. For cookers the model number will be the same as for a built in oven but sometimes you can find the rating plate in a storage drawer, especially on many large range cookers. With this you can then search for the model number and find any parts that we have tagged to fit that particular // 3){ /////This is for Second Part (Brand Boash) if (typeof(arr[2])!=='undefined') { if (arr[2].match(/eneric.*/) || arr[2].match(/niversal.*/)) { console.log('************GENERIC OR UNIVERSAL PART**********'); }else { document.write(arr[2]); } } }/////end of if arr lenth // ]]> model, including both genuine spare parts as well as any low cost compatible spares that might be available.
    £10.10
  9. Universal Oven Thermostat
    This oven thermostat will fit a wide range of cooker and built in oven models and a vast range of makes We use universal thermostats in the field to save carrying a lot of different ones that are, in effect, all the same thing as well as a lot of money as these are often considerably cheaper than the manufacturer's own spare part. If you are in any way unsure or don't know what we're talking about with temperature ranges etc. we would suggest that you get in a professional to do this for you. The two things that are really important when using a compatible thermostat are the thermostat's temperature range and the offset for the control knob that fits to it, in other words, where the flat of the shaft lies when the thermostat is set to the off position. So long as you get these two correct then you should not have a problem replacing a genuine oven or cooker thermostat with either this thermostat 14TS32 or 14TS36. This thermostat will usually fit ovens with a range that goes beyond 250˚C so you will usually see the range going to 275˚C or higher. Although this oven thermostat does go as high as 320˚C you would not normally use that high a temperature nn your oven temperature control knob. When fitting the replacement thermostat you do need to be careful of what is known as the phial, the long wire that leads to the actual temperature probe. You cannot bend this too much, kink it or cut it. If you do, the thermostat is rendered useless and this is not covered by warranty. If you have any excess it can be coiled within the oven carcass quite easily out of the way. The important thing is that the tip of the phial, the probe, is sited correctly and reads the oven temperature properly. Failure to do this can cause incorrect temperature readings. For the most part however, despite the caveats, these thermostats are very easy to fit and are often more or less a direct replacement at a fraction of the cost of some genuine ones and, they are often identical to the original thermostat used. Technical Details Oven Thermostat 50°C-300°C Single pole 50°C-300°C Temperature Range Sensor 3.1mm x 160mm (approx) Capillary length 1000mm (approx) To fit most continental ovens, 2 hole fixing 300˚C
    May vary cosmetically from any images
    £32.95
  10. Universal Oven Thermostat
    This oven thermostat will fit a wide range of cooker and built in oven models and a vast range of makes We use universal thermostats in the field to save carrying a lot of different ones that are, in effect, all the same thing as well as a lot of money as these are often considerably cheaper than the manufacturer's own spare part. If you are in any way unsure or don't know what we're talking about with temperature ranges etc. we would suggest that you get in a professional to do this for you. The two things that are really important when using a compatible thermostat are the thermostat's temperature range and the offset for the control knob that fits to it, in other words, where the flat of the shaft lies when the thermostat is set to the off position. So long as you get these two correct then you should not have a problem replacing a genuine oven or cooker thermostat with either this thermostat 14TS32 or 14TS36. This thermostat will usually fit ovens with a range that goes beyond 250˚C so you will usually see the range going to 275˚C or higher. Although this oven thermostat does go as high as 320˚C you would not normally use that high a temperature nn your oven temperature control knob. When fitting the replacement thermostat you do need to be careful of what is known as the phial, the long wire that leads to the actual temperature probe. You cannot bend this too much, kink it or cut it. If you do, the thermostat is rendered useless and this is not covered by warranty. If you have any excess it can be coiled within the oven carcass quite easily out of the way. The important thing is that the tip of the phial, the probe, is sited correctly and reads the oven temperature properly. Failure to do this can cause incorrect temperature readings. For the most part however, despite the caveats, these thermostats are very easy to fit and are often more or less a direct replacement at a fraction of the cost of some genuine ones and, they are often identical to the original thermostat used. Technical Details Oven Thermostat 50°C-300°C Single pole 50°C-300°C Temperature Range Sensor 3.1mm x 160mm (approx) Capillary length 1000mm (approx) To fit most continental ovens, 2 hole fixing 300˚C
    May vary cosmetically from any images
    £12.06
  11. Universal Oven Thermostat
    This oven thermostat will fit a wide range of cooker and built in oven models and a vast range of makes We use these thermostats in the field to save carrying a lot of different ones that are, in effect, all the same thing as well as a lot of money as these are often considerably cheaper than the manufacturer's own spare part. If you are in any way unsure or don't know what we're talking about with temperature ranges etc. we would suggest that you get in a professional to do this for you. The two things that are really important when using a compatible thermostat are the thermostat's temperature range and the offset for the control knob that fits to it, in other words, where the flat of the shaft lies when the thermostat is set to the off position. So long as you get these two correct then you should not have a problem replacing a genuine oven or cooker thermostat with either this thermostat or 14TS36. This thermostat will usually fit ovens with a range that goes beyond 250˚C so you will usually see the range going to 275˚C or higher. Although this oven thermostat does go as high as 320˚C you would not normally use that high a temperature nn your oven temperature control knob. When fitting the replacement thermostat you do need to be careful of what is known as the phial, the long wire that leads to the actual temperature probe. You cannot bend this too much, kink it or cut it. If you do, the thermostat is rendered useless and this is not covered by warranty. If you have any excess it can be coiled within the oven carcass quite easily out of the way. The important thing is that the tip of the phial, the probe, is sited correctly and reads the oven temperature properly. Failure to do this can cause incorrect temperature readings. For the most part however, despite the caveats, these thermostats are very easy to fit and are often more or less a direct replacement at a fraction of the cost of some genuine ones and, they are often identical to the original thermostat used. Technical Details Oven Thermostat 50°C-320°C (55.13069.500) Single pole 50°C-320°C Temperature Range Sensor 3.1mm x 160mm Capillary length 830mm To fit most continental ovens, 2 hole fixing 320c
    £17.16
  12. Universal Oven Thermostat
    This oven thermostat will fit a wide range of cooker and built in oven models We use these thermostats in the field to save carrying a lot of different ones that are, in effect, all the same thing as well as a lot of money as these are often considerably cheaper than the manufacturer's own spare part. If you are in any way unsure or don't know what we're talking about with temperature ranges etc. we would suggest that you get in a professional to do this for you. The two things that are really important when using a compatible thermostat are the thermostat's temperature range and the offset for the control knob that fits to it, in other words, where the flat of the shaft lies when the thermostat is set to the off position. So long as you get these two correct then you should not have a problem replacing a genuine oven or cooker thermostat with either this thermostat or 14TS32. This oven thermostat will only go as high as 250˚C so if your oven will go higher than this then you will need part number 14TS32 and not this one. When fitting the replacement thermostat you do need to be careful of what is known as the phial, the long wire that leads to the actual temperature probe. You cannot bend this too much, kink it or cut it. If you do, the thermostat is rendered useless and this is not covered by warranty. If you have any excess it can be coiled within the oven carcass quite easily out of the way. The important thing is that the tip of the phial, the probe, is sited correctly and reads the oven temperature properly. Failure to do this can cause incorrect temperature readings. For the most part however, despite the caveats, these thermostats are very easy to fit and are often more or less a direct replacement at a fraction of the cost of some genuine ones and, they are often identical to the original thermostat used. Technical Details Oven Thermostat 50°C-250°C (55.13049.030) Single pole 50˚C - 250˚C range Sensor 3.1mm x 208mm Capillary length 1050mm To fit most continental ovens, 2 hole fixing 250c
    £19.80
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