Question about Neff B1691 Single circotherm super Stainless Steel Electric Oven

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Temperature setting Temp dial has to be spun like a roulette wheel until the required temp shows up. A new control unit costs about 160 pounds plus taxes plus fitting charges etc. Is there any maintenance intervention that could solve the problem - eg WD 40 , cleaning of contacts ( if they can be accessed etc) The temperature set dial has to be moved clockwise and anti-clockwise in order to set the relevant setting (you need to have safe cracking skills) not that I have.. Is it possible to clean and refit the dial or is a replacement the only way to solve the problem??

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The temprature  dial is loose. which is quite clear  
may be some  filling up will   do the job  but ..
if it does not work  u might  have to consider a replacement  i know it is a costly affair  but will have to  take it

try to  see if u can get a cheaper replacement  if it  is an old unit...

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Try cleaning if that does not work you need to go for replacement .......

no other way........

regarding skills you should be very careful and taking all precautionary steps before cleaning.......

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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