How much would it cost to replace the element on my oven? All the new ones I like are SO expensive - so I might get the old one repaired

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sandpmh Sun 03-Mar-13 19:46:19

We bought a new element from qualitycookerspares for around £25. worked a treat.

sandpmh Thu 01-Dec-11 14:26:25

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Pascha Thu 01-Dec-11 13:11:54

We got a replacement from espares, it was £38 and easily fitted in about 10 minutes.

My DH did ours with an eBay spare and a YouTube video!

sandpmh Thu 01-Dec-11 13:01:10

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KatyMac Wed 25-Jun-08 19:57:26

shock
Only £71
shock

BouncingTurtle Mon 23-Jun-08 21:58:14

We've just had to buy a new element for our 18mo Whirlpool fan oven - it cost £60 including fitting, using a local company and comes with a 6m guarantee.

KatyMac Mon 23-Jun-08 21:50:48

I know what you mean - some things turn out to be obvious

Fingers crossed - I'll take it apart tomorrow (& out it back together) then see what I can order

AnyFuleKno Mon 23-Jun-08 21:39:58

Definitely worth trying, sorry if I made it sound complicated! When I saw FIL do it I thought 'Oh, I could have done that myself'.

KatyMac Mon 23-Jun-08 21:33:01

Really?

The fan is still working

dexter73 Mon 23-Jun-08 21:30:56

I bought my new element off Ebay for £20 and fitted it myself. It really is very easy and there is no need to buy a new cooker just because the element has gone!

KatyMac Mon 23-Jun-08 21:01:52

Oh......Now does anyone know where I can get a nice new DH to work out how to do all that <<DIY is not his thing>> wink

OK I'll get the manual out

AnyFuleKno Mon 23-Jun-08 21:00:10

Ours went a while back and bought a new one online for about 30 quids, FIL fitted it for us. It looked pretty straightforward. We had to unscrew the oven from the unit and pull it out to get at the back of it and then the element screwed off and we screwed the new one in (technical aren't I? grin)

KatyMac Mon 23-Jun-08 20:40:15

Stingy aren't I

The nice cookers (ie the ones I like) are about £800 shock

I have virtually nothing to spend so thought a repair might be the way to go

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