Question about Neff B1451 Single circotherm plus Electric Oven
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Neff U1422 oven overheating
Yes it does sound like faulty thermostat.
You will have to remove the oven from the oven housing, and remove the top cover, and possibly the front console.
Then you will have trace the sensor back to the main oven, and unfasten sensor in oven
You will probably have to remove the rear
panel as well to get the thermostat sensor out.
One other possibility is the sensor may have become detached inside the oven, this will then affect the oven temp.
Hope this will prove helpful.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
It might be that the breaker is overloaded and it's no longer supporting the load of all the appliances together.If you do not want to change your breaker you can still use your oven by switching off other appliances that is running while you are using the oven
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: Neff oven B1641
Turn the right hand button onto the ECS symbol. This is the cleaning cycle. Make sure you put some soapy water in the 'well' at the bottom of the oven. The oven is then steam cleaned.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Hi, DO NOT use WD40. Take a small towel or a rubber pad and grasp the lens with the palm of your hand. Turn it counter clockwise to release it.
It is very thick glass so, it should not break.
You might try to tighten it first. Sometimes a little nudge to tighten it will free it up.
I hope this helps you.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
I had a problem similar. The bottom oven stopped working and the left hand set of controls and clock died. I had three figure quotes for repair. I took the main control unit out from behind the switches, its a pain to do. I took pictures of where the wires went to save confusion later. I removed the main switch unit from the control unit by gently pushing back the inbuilt plastic clips. dont loose the small white connector piece on the end of the switch shaft. I gently pulled the switch knobs from the front then the knob extensions through the same holes. once the unit was out I turned it upside down I could see where two solder tracks on the circuit board had burnt out. I gently cleaned them up and bridged the gap with two short tinned pieces of single core wire I had stripped. I used a soldering gun as it gets really hot really fast and wouldnt damage the components underneath. the only fiddly bit when putting it back together was locating the bottom edge of the control unit in the little gulley, I had to bend the edge of the gulley down to make it easier. Once it was all back together it worked. Half an hour and I saved £300! Now I have to fix the hinges on the bottom oven door as it doesnt shut properly at the top. Any ideas anyone?
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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