Question about Neff B1641 Single circotherm super Electric Oven
Replaced bulb with phillips new one. It blew out within 1 hour replaced again same thing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Change light-bulb
You need to remove the whole oven from its cabinet (after switching off the electricity supply). Removing the doors first; (see http://www.youtube.com/user/Apart4u for videos of this) then remove the facia, which allows you access to the two restraining hooks near the top of the sides of the oven. With these slackened off (screws at the front) and pushed back, the oven can be slid out of its housing - be careful, it's heavy - onto a similar height workbench in front of the oven housing. Removing the wiring hatch (2 screws) and the rear panel (6 screws) gives access to the screw in bulb. Hope this helps :)
Posted on May 17, 2007
SOURCE: 3rd blown element
no connection between lights on fan. problem is that bulbs these days are poor quality (but cheap)
it is common for these circular elements to go. usually last about 2 years. worth checking tho that fan is turning at right speed
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: Neff Oven
It appears that the timer has gone faulty, possibly because of a short in the bulb holder, which probably explains why there is no display and the main oven not working. the top will still work as it is not controlled by the timer.
the solution hear would to be fit a new timer.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
make sure the power is OFF. get yourself a flashlight and a small flat blade screwdriver. okay you have to make a small bend in the old light bulb screw area so you can get a pair of needle nose pliers in there to get that out, you need to get right in between the threads of the socket and the old light bulb, just enough room to get a pier of needle nose to turn the old bulb out, be careful take time
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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