Question about Neff Ovens
Waiting for replacement. Video shows thermostat held in oven by clips. Mine is fixed on with a stud. Novice
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can not remove element
Hi there. Dunno if you solved your problem but I had exactly the same. I did a bit of digging on this website and found the solution which worked. Basically, undo the three bolts holding the fan motor onto the back of the unit. This should allow enough play on the fan from the inside to wiggle (technical term) the bolt free and replace on the new element. Reposition and secure the motor. Hope this helps. Matt
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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
SOURCE: neff oven u1421 not heating up
If you have an Ohm meter, then test anything you feel is failed. No sense in replacing good parts.
I am surprised that there is no wiring diagram somewhere on the unit, like in the control head, or on the top or back (most units built in the U.S. over the past 30 years have them. Don't know about UK, which is where I assume you are.).
Let me know! The overload on the back should have a red reset button. The thermal fuse has to be replaced if it's failed, and normally when it fails, the control head will not work. It usually does not carry enough current to power the elements.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
hi, we have had the same problem. You can order the element from many places online, the cheapest is about £25 ranging up to £60 from neff themselves. Fitting it is ok the hardest part is getting the fan off to change the actual element. However, be warned, we are now on our 4th element and it just went again last night. Neff deny that this is a known fault that the elements keep going. However, at least 10 of our neighbours have had the same problem with their oven too!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I have a u1421 with the same problem! I notice the fan doesnt run too well, sometimes it doesnt run at all, needs a prod to get it running. I suspect with no fan, that the element gets far too hot, and then starts to leak to earth, tripping the RCD. I'm gonna try buying a new fan motor - you should ckeck if your fan is running full speed OK.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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