Advice Centre:
Why is my Cooker noisy?
fanoveninternal.jpgNormally when you experience noise from the oven it will be due to a fault with your fan or cooling fan motor. It is not uncommon for the cooling fan to be misaligned or damaged on new cookers in transit; this would be identified by a screeching sound as the blades catch the casing. This problem can be addressed by adjusting the motors alignment to stop the noise.

In the case of older appliances the bearings can fail in the motor which will cause a similar issue. You need to correct the problem promptly because the fan element may fail in addition to the motor. This is because the motor turns slower than it should, causing the fan element to overheat. In some cases the fan blades may even "clip" the element, again leading to its premature failure.

We can supply most Fan Motors for all British and Continental Cookers, from stock. Please contact us with the make and model and we can arrange quick delivery of your replacement parts.

We welcome you to email or call on +44 (0)1273 420134 if you need help in finding the correct item for your appliance. In order for us to help your enquiry we ask that you have the model and Serial Number of the appliance to hand when calling. We have guidance on our site to assist you in locating these numbers.

We have a wealth of expertise on cookers (gas and electric) so do please contact us for advice. We are very experienced at helping customers of all levels of competence and will always endeavour to understand your needs and to use language you can understand.