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Turn off the mains power. wait about thirty secs. turn back on, you should have either all 0's or 8's flashing. Looking at the clock buttons left to right. press the button fourth from left and the - or + to set the time (doesn't have to be the correct time, just not flashing 0 or 8's). Leave for second until the display is not flashing.You should be able to use the oven now. If not you may have a problem with the clock, this can happen if you have been using the top grill with the door open and the controls have gotten too hot. Neff ovens have no function where the door is left open during cooking or grilling.
Bottom oven is directly linked to the clock, If the clock is on but not set ie 0:00 or 12:00 flashing it won't work, set the time (doesn't have to be right, just not flashing) try oven again. If this is not the problem please contact me again and we'll look further. Cheers
After power cuts most ovens need resetting, for this reason 00:00 is flashing. The operation is described in the specific model's user manual. Most ovens reset either pressing or holding down for few seconds a Clear or On button, or holding down the main control knob.
you have 2 buttons one pops out for adjustment the other is only a push button push the left hand one repeatedly till a red clock symbol shows at top of clock then turn right hand knob to set time wait a few seconds and clock will set itself.
If it is a digital timer and u have display, thenyou must make sure it is set to manual and not flashing auto, or the oven will not work.
If it is an anologue timer tweak the knobs until you can see a hand symbol showing this is the manual mode.
If no display of any kind, and u are sure u have a supply to oven then timer could be faulty.
Hope this helps.
U must ensure that u have a supply to the oven befor trying to alter timer.
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I'm figuring you've probably resolved this, since you posted in November (and I've just joined the site today). However, I thought I'd post a solution just in case anyone else surfs in and finds the same problem.
We have the same sort of oven. After the power has been off, the oven won't work until you set the time on the clock. I think it's because of all the automatic timer features.
On ours, you have to press the two buttons with arrows on at the same time as turning the clock dial to change the time.