Collection: Oven & Cooker Fan motors

Are you in need of a new fan motor? We've got you covered. Whether you need a genuine or pattern fan motor, we can help you save money and the environment. And if you're feeling handy, we've got videos on our YouTube channel to show you how to replace cooker or oven fan motors like a pro.

But here's a pro-tip: When searching for a fan motor, make sure to have the full model number or a spare part number handy (model numbers can usually be found on your machine's identification plate). Trust us, it'll save you a lot of time and prevent any missteps in your search for the perfect replacement fan motor.

There are two types of fan motors fitted to cookers and ovens; the most common to fail is the fan oven motor. This is the one that distributes the heat inside the oven to make your cakes rise or your meat roast. If it does not spin at the correct speed, then you may have uneven cooking.

 And the cooling fan motor is there to stop the appliance from getting too hot and it may continue running for up to 30 minutes after you have finished cooking. There are several types of the cooling fan. One is a tangential fan motor that spins a cylinder to distribute the air. The other is the conventional fan motor with a blade to distribute the air inside the cooker or oven casing. 

So let us blow up a gale inside your oven to keep it cooking correctly or cooling. We've got you covered with many expert videos to help you replace that faulty component.