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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Neff fan element
All of this can be done with the oven in situ. Take the back off if you like, but its un-necessary, dirty and time consuming. So here we go: Power off at mains. Remove 4 screws holding plate which guards the fan. You will be faced with the fan partially obscuring the top element retaining screw. At the centre of the fan spindle is a reverse threaded nut. WD40 the nut. Wait a minute or so and using a socket wrench and a flick of the wrist, the reverse thread nut should losen v easily. Having mastered the lock nut, tap the washer and it should become loose enough to remove by hand. If not, it just needs a little gentle persuasion with a flat head screwdriver where it sits on the fan itself. The grime will loosen and it will pop off. Squirt some WD40 onto the fan spindle, and wait a couple of minutes. Ignore any advice to lock onto the threaded spindle because if you damage it, your relatively cheap repair will become pretty expensive. Simply use a locking mole grip on the fan itself where the locking nut sits against it and pull and twist gently away from the spindle. You will be surprised how easy this is. Very little chance of damage. You can then access all 5 element retaining screws. Gently lever out the left foot of the element from the oven housing. Remove the spade connectors from the old element. Reversal of these instructions to fit the new element. Restore mains power. Reset clock or main oven will not work.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Sam. The small nut and bolt which protrudes between the element ends should be loosened but not taken off. Press on the bolt, which will relax the compression on the rubber sealing block. This should allow you to extract the element. Once you have done this it will become clear..
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
most likely thermal fuse behind oven take off back plate and you will see the brown wire with the heat shrink sleeving covering the fuse.wire and fuse comes as one part
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
SOURCE: leisure rangemaster 110 fan oven
There are 3 possibilities:
Faulty oven control switch
Thermostats fail more often in the closed position which means your oven will overheat so I'd test the wiring first. You'll need an Ohm meter to do this. TURN THE POWER OFF FIRST, expose the element and switch then trace the wires from the live and neutral terminals on the element back to the switch. If you can't trace them, make a note of their colours (at the element end) and test for continuity/resistance with wires of the same diameter and colour at the switch. You should get a reading of zero ohms if you have good continuity.
The easiest way to check the switch is visually. Make a note of the wiring colours and their positions on the switch terminals, disconnect them and remove the switch. See if anything looks broken or the
Some thermostats can be disassembled and inspected, but I don't recommend it unless you know what you're doing. The gap between the thermostat switch contacts needs to be precise or the oven wont heat to the correct temperate.
If you can establish that the wiring and switch are OK, try replacing the thermostat.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Leisure Alto
Drill out the rivets and replace with screws.. you may need a right angle drill or right angle drill adapter to fit the drill in there. Always take care and be sure to FIRST cut off ALL power to the unit and give it a good once over with your eyes to determine where the drill bit would follow through to prior to drilling - just to be sure you are not going to hit any other critical component...
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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