I have a fairly new Neff B4562 oven. I recently tried to use the pyrolytic cleaning function for the first time and it doesnt work. I removed the trays, racks and the rails so it is totally empty but when I try to start the cleaning function it just 'beeps' and wont start, indicating that the trays/racks are still in the oven. Any ideas?. Thks
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As you did not specify the exact model I assume that this is a self-cleaning oven, in other words with pyrolytic cleaning. It has a microswitch which is activated by removing the racks and just because that you can not run the pyrolytic cleaning otherwise racks would be destroyed. Do not forget that the temperature during pyrolytic cleaning is app. 500 degrees Celsius. For that reasons the oven door is locked when temperature increasing to app. 300 degrees and unlocked when the temperature decreasing to the app. 200 degrees. It is clear that when you remove the racks only program that you can run is pyrolytic cleaning.
Switch 3 times between rotisserie and pyrolysis or bread baking setting and pyrolysis.
As acknowledgement the displays are actuated.
At each change of operating modes switch immediately stops the current test step and the next step of the test enabled. The oven light should according to the mode ON or OFF; that is, at pyrolysis OFF otherwise ON.
you have to remove the shelf supports (left and right) as well as the shelves. The manual tells you about the shelves but not the supports. I only found out as someone wrote the answer on another website