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11 May 11 How to replace an oven element in a Neff fan oven

www.espares.co.uk We show how to remove and replace the fan oven element in a Neff oven. Oven fan working but no heat? You could have a faulty fan oven element. This straightforward oven repair video also shows how to remove the oven door. We have other oven maintenance videos showing how to replace oven parts.

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Video Rating: 5 / 5

Tags: Element, Neff, Oven, replace

Reader's Comments

  1. |

    I think its very bad practice to encourage people to repair their ovens without carrying out a full insulation and safety check of the appliance once repair is completed.
    Very bad practice indeed.

  2. |

    Very nice,thank you much.I have a question

  3. |

    Anytime @wikidburke.

  4. |

    Just replaced the element on my Whirlpool. Same setup as the Neff. Thanks a million very helpfull. Saved me a few quid.

  5. |

    @felixcock :) Well the idea is that any stickers are removed before replacing the back panel.

  6. |

    are the stickers fire proof?

    does e-spares sell fire extinguishers?

  7. |

    THANK YOU very much for sharing this tips with the net !!! Been VERY interesting for me, as a all fresh owner of a new neff oven.

  8. |

    Very informative and well explained
    :-)

  9. |

    i have an iphone there rubish the phone keeps on breaking dont buy one i know have an ipod touch which in toatal cost 145 quid nice vid i needed to replace my cooker heating element it wasent coming up to the proformence i had expected after a few years thx for the helpfull vidio

  10. |

    excellent, I wish all neffs were as easy. be wary of older neffs and neffs with too many connections on terminals and half moon elements with a fan stuck in place

    Oh and what if the screws are rusted.

    Good vid though if no complications!

    If in any doubt always call an engineer, I’ve seen some problems caused by DIY repairs.

  11. |

    Good, never knew how to replace this stuff.

  12. |

    very informative

  13. |

    I think its very bad practice to encourage people to repair their ovens without carrying out a full insulation and safety check of the appliance once repair is completed.
    Very bad practice indeed.

  14. |

    Very nice,thank you much.I have a question

  15. |

    Anytime @wikidburke.

  16. |

    Just replaced the element on my Whirlpool. Same setup as the Neff. Thanks a million very helpfull. Saved me a few quid.

  17. |

    @felixcock :) Well the idea is that any stickers are removed before replacing the back panel.

  18. |

    are the stickers fire proof?

    does e-spares sell fire extinguishers?

  19. |

    THANK YOU very much for sharing this tips with the net !!! Been VERY interesting for me, as a all fresh owner of a new neff oven.

  20. |

    Very informative and well explained
    :-)

  21. |

    i have an iphone there rubish the phone keeps on breaking dont buy one i know have an ipod touch which in toatal cost 145 quid nice vid i needed to replace my cooker heating element it wasent coming up to the proformence i had expected after a few years thx for the helpfull vidio

  22. |

    excellent, I wish all neffs were as easy. be wary of older neffs and neffs with too many connections on terminals and half moon elements with a fan stuck in place

    Oh and what if the screws are rusted.

    Good vid though if no complications!

    If in any doubt always call an engineer, I’ve seen some problems caused by DIY repairs.

  23. |

    Good, never knew how to replace this stuff.

  24. |

    very informative