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Neff U1421 double oven fan has packed up ?

Our Neff double oven fan has decided to bit the dust!
The element works , but not the fan ?
can anyone advise me' is it likely to be just the motorized fan that needs replacing? if so can a handy person like myself do it after isolating the electrical supply ?

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  • micky2bays Feb 04, 2009

    Thanks very much for ya help

  • sib79 Feb 08, 2009

    Hello we also have this problem and wondered if the solution is the same. Our light and fan stopped working but the conventional oven setting works. Do think we also need to replace the fan and if so can anyone recommend a place for parts>

    With thanks

  • sib79 May 11, 2010

    i have undone the nut but the fan is not coming off.i have also sprayed it with wd40 to no avail. can u help me please

  • sib79 May 11, 2010

    Thank you are you able to recommend a place to try for spares...can I ask how do you know that it is the fan and not anything else?

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Yes it is the fan that needs replacing.
It is a fairly straight forward repair, just remember that the nut that holds the fan blade on is a left hand thread, so to undo it, turn
it clockwise, as though you were you were tightening it.
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