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The main oven on our Neff U1420 oven has stopped working. There is no sign of life at all - neither the light, fan nor heat are working

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  • mick_pilling Mar 15, 2009

    Thanks - got that sorted now. Once set to manual the light and fan came on, but I discovered the element is burnt out as well so have ordered replacement

  • Jim Scott May 11, 2010

    have you checked the fuse ??

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Have you accidently set the timer to auto?

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