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Hi..my fridge has stopped working, (it does not have a light) i changed 13amp fuse and it made noice for few seconds (normal fridge noice) and made a louder noice and stopped in few seconds..same thing happened when changed the fuse again! it doesn't have freezer...any idea? thanks...Ms sudha. ps:it is NEFF refridgerator,not sure abt the model number.

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Try looking on ebay for a second hand or spares repair model.
Also try some of the refurb places where the cosmetic returns get sent with minor damage or faulty components.

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Mine came with no instructions how to reverse the door and fit to the wooden kitchen doors so and cant find any on the Neff website.

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