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That's a hard question to answer because there are numerous possibilites.
1 Check to see if there is a fuse or breaker on the unit itself.Make sure they are on or ok.

2. . Check breaker for unit in question.Check in main breaker box,reset if needed.

3. Check setting on thermostat.Make sure it is set where you want it,heat,cool or fan.

4. Call a service tech. because there are many other options that I would not reccomend a homeowner to try.
I hope this helps you some. Thanks

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NEFF B4562 Oven LED display just stopped working during use yesterday. Oven still works but have to guess what programme I am using. any ideas on fixing it without the Neff 100pounds call out fee and...


Preparing the units - Fig. 1
? The safe operation of this appliance can only be guaranteed if
it has been installed to a professional standard in accordance
with these installation instructions. The installer is liable for
damage incurred as a result of incorrect installation.
? Fitted units must be heat-resistant up to 90 °C, and
neighbouring unit fronts up to 70 °C.
? Cut-out work on the units and worktop should be performed
before fitting the appliances. Remove any shavings or the
function of the electrical components may be impaired.
? Caution during installation. Parts that are accessible during
installation may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves to
prevent cuts
? The power socket for the appliance must either be located in
the hatched area B or else away from the installation space.
? A gap of 5 mm is required between the appliance and
surrounding unit fronts.
? Secure freestanding units to the wall using a standard bracket
C.
Appliance under the worktop - Fig. 1
There must be a ventilation cut-out made in the intermediate
floor of the surround unit.
Secure the worktop to the fitted units.
If a fitted oven is to be built in under a hob, pay attention to the
hob installation instructions.
Appliance in a tall unit - Fig. 2
The appliance may also be installed in a tall unit.
There must be a gap between the intermediate floors and the
mounting wall of approx. 20 mm in order to provide ventilation
to the oven.
Only fit the appliance at a height where removing baking trays
does not present a problem.
Corner installation ­ Fig. 3
To ensure that the appliance door can be opened in the case of
corner installation, take account of dimension D. Dimension E is
dependent on the thickness of the unit front under the handle.
Connecting the appliance to the power supply
Only allow a licenced professional to connect the appliance.
National regulations apply as well as those of the local electricity
supplier.
The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply for
all installation work.
The appliance corresponds to protection class I and may only
be operated with a protective earth connection.
Power cord: Type H05 VV­F or higher rated. The yellow/green
wire for the PE connection must be 10 mm longer than the other
wires on the appliance side.
During installation, an all-pole isolating switch with a contact gap
of at least 3 mm must be present, or the appliance must be
connected via a three-pin earthed plug. This must be accessible
after installation.
Contact protection must be ensured by the installation.
Identify the phase and neutral conductors in the socket.
Incorrect connection may cause damage to the appliance.
Only connect as per the connection diagram. See the rating
plate for the voltage.
Position the appliance in front of the units in readiness for
connection. The connecting cable must be sufficiently long.
Securing the appliance ­ Fig. 4
? Fully insert the appliance and centre it.
? Screw the appliance into place.
? The gap between the worktop and the appliance must not be
closed by additional battens.
Removal
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. Undo the
securing screws. Raise the appliance slightly and pull it out
completely



the only contact info that I found is the info below:
http://www.neff.co.uk/contact-us.html

Dec 08, 2014 | Neff Ovens

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How to Verify Power from a 110V Outlet


Video about How to Verify Power from a 110V Outlet


  • The first step of troubleshooting a power issue with a machine equipped with a power cord is to verify that the outlet being used is working



    • This video demonstrates a simple method of testing the outlet




  • Make sure that the outlet and appliance have matching plug and receptacle before plugging in



    • Failure to do so could result in injury and/or damage to electrical circuit and/or appliance




  • This procedure is a quick and easy way to test the functionality of a 110 volt outlet


  • Plug in a small appliance such as the fan used in the video and make sure the appliance works



    • If so, you know that the outlet is not your problem




  • You could also use a light, small lamp, or radio for this test



    • Any small appliance that you can plug in and turn on and know the appliance is working




  • This completes our demonstration of testing a 110V outlet for power

on Feb 11, 2015 | Proform Exercise & Fitness

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PF Error Code for Appliances


<p><br /> <p>There is one<b> <i>Error Code that is almost universal to most any appliance</i></b>. The<b> PF or Power Failure code</b> is usually the same no matter what <b>type of appliance</b> or <b>brand</b> you are working with. Even with the fact that this <b>error code is so common</b>, I still see many questions on <b><i>www.Fixya.com</i></b> that are asking <b>what the PF Error Code means</b>.<br /> <p><br /> <p>So now the next question is this.<br /> <p><br /> <p>What causes the <b>appliance to give you the PF error code</b> in the first place?<br /> <p><br /> <p>The most common cause of your <b>appliance giving you the PF error code</b> is a problem with the <b>power coming in from your utility company</b>. Of course if there is an <b>interruption of power</b>, and then the power comes back on you will get the<b> PF code</b>.<br /> <p><br /> <p>Some <b>appliances will give you the PF code also if the power voltage goes low</b>, or goes into a <b>brownout</b> condition. Depending on the sensitivity of the <b>appliance control</b> you may also get the PF code for other reasons such as <b>frequency problems</b> or <b>voltage fluctuations</b> or <b>power spikes</b>.<br /> <p><br /> <p>The other <b>problems that can cause the PF error code</b> can be internal to the appliance.<br /> <p><br /> <p><b>Loose wires going to the circuit board</b> or the control can also be a <b>cause of the error code</b>. If a <b>wire terminal end</b> happens to get <b>corroded</b> or loose, the <b>vibration from the machine</b> can cause slight power problems and this can <b>cause the PF code to be displayed</b>. Finding the cause of this type of problem is like finding a needle in a haystack. Sometimes you can cause it to be displayed by <b>banging on the side of the appliance</b> or <b>slightly moving the wiring harness</b>, to see if you can get the error code to display.<br /> <p><br /> <p>The bottom line about this <b>power failure error code,</b> is that it is <b>power related</b>. Finding the exact cause can be difficult. If you are continually having to <b>reset the appliance</b> then check to see if all of your appliances are giving the same code. This will indicate <b>utility power problems</b>. If only <b>one appliance is giving the PF code</b> then it is probably internal to the appliance.<br /> <p><br /> <p>

on Mar 06, 2011 | Refrigerators

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GE electrical house breakers keep tripping. Any problems or recalls


You may have overload that power circuit with too many appliances.
Check the load of each of the appliances on that power circuit, add them together and check to see that it does not exceed the rating of the circuit breaker.
OR
You have an overload or short/fault on an appliance on the power circuit that is protected by that circuit breaker.
To identify the faulty appliance, disconnect all the appliances on that circuit and then connect each appliance one at a time to see when the circuit breaker trips out. When that happens you have identified the faulty appliance.

Jan 21, 2012 | GE Hammering

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Microwave model MMV5207BAW won't power up when pluged in. Outlet has power but microwave wont power up.


Dead appliance, power on wall outlet.

YOUR SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT!

Attempt this only if you are competent.

If your appliance has absolutely no functions at all, remove it from the mains supply, remove the case and see where the mains lead goes in to the appliance and follow the cable until you find the main fuse.
ONLY USE THE SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE TO REPLACE IT.
The usual cause of this fuse failure is the door switches are contaminated or sticking. Check the door switches before putting power back on to the appliance.
Hope this helps.

Mar 14, 2011 | Maytag MMV5207BAW Microwave Oven

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Installing a 220 VAC Appliance Cord


This advice is on how to correctly install an ELECTRIC DRYER or ELECTRIC RANGE 220-240VAC power cord (US Standards).

3-Prong or 4-Prong – The Difference:

3-prong color code:

BLACK (HOT – 110-120VAC) – May also be referred to as L1
RED (HOT – 110-120VAC) – May also be referred to as L2
WHITE (NEUTRAL – 0VAC) – Usually grounded to the equipment frame via a jumper wire or metal strap.

4-prong color code:

BLACK (HOT – 110-120VAC) – May also be referred to as L1
RED (HOT – 110-120VAC) – May also be referred to as L2
WHITE (NEUTRAL – 0VAC) – DO NOT ground to equipment frame.
GREEN (GROUND) – Attach to equipment frame.

Which One to Use: According to the National Electrical Code (NEC), Article 250, installations after the year 2000, require the use of a 4-prong plug which incorporates a separate ground and neutral wire. If you currently have a home that uses the 3-prong receptacle and cord, you can continue to use it. You will have to upgrade to a 4-prong configuration, however, if you plan on relocating your current receptacle, or if the internal wires of the receptacle become damaged in any way and require repair.

Converting from 3-prong to 4-prong: Make sure you UNPLUG the appliance prior to any repairs. CAUTION: Voltages dangerous to life are still present even with the appliance turned off and still plugged in. Notably in the area of the terminal block where the power cords are installed. You will need to remove the old cord by following these steps:

  1. With the appliance UNPLUGGED, remove the access panel on the back of the unit where the power cord enters.
  2. With the cover removed, you will see a terminal block where the power cord is attached. The terminal wires will be colored with the WHITE wire in the middle, and the BLACK and RED wires on either end. NOTE: There should be a green jumper wire or metal bonding strap attached to the NEUTRAL (white) terminal wire.
  3. Remove the terminal lugs holding the old power cord wires in place. CAUTION: Use care not to drop any nuts or screws inside the appliance.
  4. Remove the bonding strap or ground wire from the Neutral terminal lug. NOTE: If disconnecting a ground wire, make sure you re-attach it to the appliance frame.
  5. Loosen the screws on the strain relief connector that holds the power cord in place and remove old power cord. NOTE: If your appliance does not have a strain relief that clamps down and hold the power cord in place, it is highly recommended that you install one. This prevents chaffing of the power cord against the appliance casing, and prevents the terminal wires from being pulled and broken loose. This could pose a potential shock hazard or cause damage to the appliance.
  6. Install new power cord by threading it through the strain relief connector and tighten down the screws.
  7. Connect the new power cord to the corresponding colors at the terminal block (Black goes to Black, Red goes to Red, White goes to White). The difference is going to be a Green (ground) wire that will connect to the appliance frame. There’s usually a green grounding screw for this. NOTE: If you disconnected a green grounding strap in Step 4., you can connect these two wires at the same point.
  8. Re-install access cover. Turn off the service breaker to the appliance PRIOR to plugging it back in. With the breaker in the off position, plug the appliance in, and THEN turn the breaker on. In the event, something was wired incorrectly, it is far better to have your hands away from the receptacle and controlled from a distance. Safety first.
These steps will work for nearly all appliances that require a 220-240VAC power cord conversion. The power cords are usually rated at 250VAC, 30 amps, and are carried by any hardware store or appliance parts retailer.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  1. If you desire to convert an appliance from a 4-prong to a 3-prong, make sure you reconnect the bonding strap and/or ground wire to the Neutral (white) wire at the terminal block.
  2. On some newer appliances, it is REQUIRED that you use a 4-prong plug in order for the timer or clock circuits to function properly due to the way they are configured. Refer to your owner’s manual for the correct recommendation. Even if you currently have a 3-prong receptacle, you still may be required to upgrade to a 4-prong if you encounter this situation.
  3. In many circumstances, new appliances are NOT sold with the power cord due to the various power configurations in homes. Always refer to the contents description on the shipping container the appliance comes with to see what additional items or tools may be required for installation.
I hope this information is found to be helpful.

on Dec 04, 2009 | Dryers

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No power to oven. Receptacle it is plugged into shows power


Dead appliance, power on wall outlet.

YOUR SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT!

Attempt this only if you are competent.

If your appliance has absolutely no functions at all, remove it from the mains supply, remove the case and see where the mains lead goes in to the appliance and follow the cable until you find the main fuse.
ONLY USE THE SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE TO REPLACE IT.
The usual cause of this fuse failure is the door switches are contaminated or sticking. Check the door switches before putting power back on to the appliance.
Hope this helps.

Feb 27, 2011 | Hotpoint RVM1635 Microwave Oven

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My microwave just went blank and seems to have no power.tried changing the fuse but still no power.


Dead appliance, power on wall outlet.

YOUR SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT!

Attempt this only if you are competent.

If your appliance has absolutely no functions at all, remove it from the mains supply, remove the case and see where the mains lead goes in to the appliance and follow the cable until you find the main fuse.
ONLY USE THE SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE TO REPLACE IT.
The usual cause of this fuse failure is the door switches are contaminated or sticking. Check the door switches before putting power back on to the appliance.
Hope this helps.

Feb 25, 2011 | Panasonic Microwave Ovens

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No power, power at receptical,20amp fuse good


Dead appliance, power on wall outlet.

YOUR SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT!

Attempt this only if you are competent.

If your appliance has absolutely no functions at all, remove it from the mains supply, remove the case and see where the mains lead goes in to the appliance and follow the cable until you find the main fuse.
ONLY USE THE SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE TO REPLACE IT.
The usual cause of this fuse failure is the door switches are contaminated or sticking. Check the door switches before putting power back on to the appliance.
Hope this helps.


Feb 14, 2011 | Whirlpool MH7140XF Microwave Oven

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No power - had a power failure and unuit no longer works


This happens a lot in power failures. Appliances experience a power surge just as the power goes off and can actually ruin appliances, big and small. When this started to affect our appliances, we contacted the manufacturers an they were kind enough to give advice and/or offer a repair at little or no cost. Try this and have faith....

Aug 05, 2009 | Microwave Ovens

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