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Neff U1422 oven overheating

My oven is overheating is it the thermostat ? if it is how do I remove it

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Hi

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.

Good luck

Hope this will prove helpful.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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