Question about Zanussi ZBF360X Electric Single Oven
I assume you're referring to the small neon mains indicator on the fascia panel rather than the internal light in the oven. To replace this, you have to pull the oven forward to gain access to the rear of the control panel from above.
The wiring at the rear of the control panel is live even when the oven is switched off. Please switch off the oven at the wall and/or the 30amp fuse in your consumer unit before attempting any service or repair on your oven.
1. Remove the four retaining screws ringed in red in the diagram below. These are only visible with the door open. Pull the oven forward about 8-10 inches. The oven is front-heavy due to the weight of the glass door and has a tendency to topple forwards, so either remove the door (lock the hinges and lift it out) or place something under the front of the oven to support it.
2. Unscrew the coloured lens for the mains indicator light on the fascia panel. This is difficult to grip and a bit tricky to remove, but unscrews anti-clockwise. You can now pull the main body of the indicator light through to the rear. You may need to wiggle it around a little to get it through the hole in the oven panel.
3. Disconnect the 2 wires from the terminals on the indicator light. Attach the wires to the new light, feed it back through the hole and hold it steady at the back while you screw the lens on at the front.
4. Push the oven back in, insert the four retaining screws and tighten them fully.
If you can't see the switches and wiring immediately when pulling the oven forward, there will be a removable access panel covering the front portion of the top of the oven. This either unclips or has a couple of retaining screws - I can't remember which on this model, but it will be obvious once you pull the oven forward.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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