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Re: my neff oven light cover is tight
This is a delicate one. Things that have worked for me were to let the oven heat to 200 degrees and CAREFULLY try removing the cover with a potholder or welding gloves. I have also heated a cassarole dish with water until it gets steamy inside to loosen. (it may require unplugging and removing the back to hold the socket at the same time if it is really stuck) Good luck...Eric
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they get jammed with carbon from cooking i work on these all the time and sometimes have to smash with a hammer to remove it itf you tap it with a piece of wood or a rubber mallet you might break the carbon enough to free it make sure you are turning it the right way as people turn it the wrong way when its upside down.
The C03 error indicates that the timer button is stuck or not responding. Check if the buttons can move freely; you may need to remove the rubber cover by prying it up. If the buttons move freely, sometimes the error can be cleared by unplugging the oven (or turning the unit off at the circuit breaker) for several minutes (up to 30 minutes). Turn the power back on. Then press and hold the Timer button for more than 180 seconds (3 minutes). Some people have reset the timer by setting the function selector to "interior light on" instead of pressing and holding the timer button.
If none of these actions work, then the timer clock needs to be replaced. If you add a comment with the full model number of your oven, I may be able to give you the part number. NEFF doesn't list a B1322.1; there are several B1322N1 models. There will be addition numbers in the model number and there may be some extra letters as well. See http://www.neff.co.uk/store/spare-parts to get a picture of where the rating plate is for your unit. That will have the full model number.
are you sure its not a
why you wanting off? has the bulb gone? you can take the hole top off to get to the bulb, make sue you unplug it...not just switch it off ! i mean unplug it from the wall !
I'm not familiar with that oven model, but as I have had a similar issue with my Neff oven light, I thought I would give you the benefit of what I had discovered. The light cover in my oven is a round, thick glass cover. The hand book has a graphic showing that the cover is simply twisted with one hand in an anti-clockwise direction as viewed straight onto the cover. No way! The first issue is that the lamp housing is right in a tight corner and getting sufficient grip on the cover is tricky. I put rubber gloves on to increase the grip and resorted to using two hands to exert as much force as I could manage, but it only moved a small amount. I think the movement was only the entire lamp housing moving in the oven wall, rather than any movement of the cover. I tried warming up the oven (not too hot) in the hope that the cover might release due to expansion, but no go. I then wondered if cooking grease / deposits and bonded the cover to the holder; although it appeared reasonable clear. This appears to have been the issue as I applied WD40 to the seam where the glass meets with the lamp housing and left it for a few minutes. It needed a second application, but eventually came free. On inspection, there was only a minor 'varnish' on the glass that appeared to have prevented the two parts from moving. Using WD40 weakened the bond eventually, but it also made the glass incredibly slippery, so gripping the glass cover after application is difficult. I used the rubber gloves and wiped the glass well to remove any residual WD40 prior to attempting to twist the glass cover off.
If you are struggling to get the lamp cover off in the far right top corner, try wearing a pair of rubber gloves to get a better grip and you need to turn it right to left ad you look at it, if it still will not move, contact Neff Customer Service and they should sent you out a removal tool free of charge 0844 892 9002
If you were looking directly at the lamp cover you would need to turn it ant clockwise, if it really tight, pop on a pair of rubber gloves, get a good grip on the cover and turn it right to left. If you still can't move it, contact neff service (0844 892 9002 in the UK) and advise them of the problem, they should send you out a removal tool which basically is a plastic cup that fits around the cover, it has a build in handle and will assist in the covers removal. Hope this helps. Let me know the outcome or if I can be further assistance.
check on rating plate if fd number starts with a 7 or 8 eg fd 7908 then appliance will need mag leads recrimping they oxidise over time and break connection giving syptoms that you describe, its an easy fix but you need to remove outer casing.
Hi, the fan is one part and the bulb another. They are not connected. If the bulb isn't working simply unscrew the bulb lens and replace the bulb. About the fan motor, sometimes they cease up because the build up of grease at the back of the oven. You can try to remove the insid back plate that covers the element and fan, and try to rotate the fan manually. Try to clean it and test again. Last resource, it needs a new fan motor.