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Oven spare parts

Stokes Appliance Parts offers a wide range of high-quality oven replacement parts to meet your needs. Our collection includes all major brands, simplifying your search for the exact components you require.

Using the correct replacement parts ensures your oven operates at peak performance, minimises downtime, and prevents potential safety hazards. Incorrect or low-quality parts can lead to further damage and reduced efficiency.

We provide parts from reputable brands, guaranteeing reliability and durability. From oven heating elements and door seals to timers, hinges, knobs, light bulbs, shelves, control boards, and circuit boards, our inventory covers a wide range of components. Each part is meticulously categorised by brand, making your search straightforward and efficient.


Most Important Parts of an Oven

  1. Control Panel: The control panel is where you select the cooking mode, temperature, and timer settings. It houses the electronic controls that manage the oven's functions.
  2. Heating Element: The heating element, located at the top and bottom of the oven, provides the heat necessary for cooking and baking.
  3. Oven Door Seal: The door seal, or gasket, creates an airtight seal when the oven door is closed, ensuring heat retention and energy efficiency.
  4. Oven Timer: The timer allows you to set cooking times and alerts you when the cooking process is complete.
  5. Oven Door Hinge: The door hinge supports the oven door and allows it to open and close smoothly.
  6. Oven Knobs: The knobs provide manual control over the oven's temperature and cooking modes.
  7. Oven Light Bulb: The light bulb inside the oven illuminates the interior, allowing you to check on your food without opening the door.
  8. Oven Shelf: The shelf, or rack, holds the cookware and food inside the oven. It is typically adjustable to accommodate different sizes and types of dishes.
  9. Oven Control Board: The control board is the brain of the oven, managing all its electronic functions and settings.
  10. Oven Circuit Board: The circuit board controls the electrical components, ensuring safe and efficient operation of the oven.

Familiarising yourself with these essential oven components will aid in accurately identifying and replacing the correct parts, ensuring your oven functions efficiently and reliably. Keep in mind that not all of these components are replaceable.

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Oven Part Types

Part Type Description

Oven Control Panel

The control panel is where you select the cooking mode, temperature, and timer settings. It houses the electronic controls that manage the oven's functions, ensuring you can easily program your cooking preferences.

Oven Door Seals & Gasket

The door seals and gasket create an airtight seal when the oven door is closed, retaining heat and ensuring energy efficiency. Any damage to these components can lead to heat loss, affecting cooking performance and energy consumption.

Oven Thermostat

The thermostat regulates the oven temperature by turning the heating elements on and off. It ensures that the oven maintains a consistent temperature as per the user's settings. A faulty thermostat can result in temperature fluctuations, affecting the cooking process.

Oven Heating Element

The heating element is responsible for generating the heat necessary for cooking. Most ovens have a bake element at the bottom and a broil element at the top. If these elements are damaged, the oven will not heat up properly, affecting cooking efficiency.

Oven Light

The oven light allows you to monitor the cooking process without opening the oven door. It is typically controlled by a switch on the control panel. A burnt-out light bulb needs to be replaced to ensure you can check on your food without losing heat.

Oven Door Lock

The door lock ensures the oven door remains securely closed during operation, especially during the self-cleaning cycle. It is a critical safety feature that prevents accidental burns and ensures the cleaning process is effective. A faulty door lock can compromise safety and efficiency.

Oven Circuit Board

The circuit board controls the electrical components of the oven. It ensures that power is distributed correctly to all oven parts, enabling them to work in harmony. Any issues with the circuit board can result in power failures, impairing the oven's overall functionality.

Oven Timer

The timer allows you to set and monitor cooking times, ensuring that your food is cooked for the correct duration. It can be digital or mechanical, and it helps in automating the cooking process. A malfunctioning timer can lead to improper cooking times, affecting meal results.

Oven Knobs and Handles

Knobs and handles are used to operate the oven's controls and to open and close the oven door. They are crucial for manually adjusting settings and securing the oven door. Worn or broken knobs and handles can make it difficult to operate the oven effectively.

Oven Door Glass

The oven door glass provides visibility of the interior while insulating against heat loss. It allows you to monitor your food without opening the door. Broken or cracked glass should be replaced immediately to ensure safety and maintain energy efficiency.