Karen Anne: My Neff range oven element doesn't come out from the front, It seems it
will have to come out from the back but no video to follow for accessing
from the back? Any suggestions?
Geoffrey Woollard: Followed these instructions to the letter and, bingo, success. Thank you!
Jeff Hill: Very informative. I wish people would stop moaning about electrical
legislation, and insulation tests etc etc. either watch the vid and heed
the advice, or pay someone else to do it for you. I know what I'm going to
do. Thank you e spares.
CateBake: So is this kind of electrical work still OK under the new laws governing
what needs to be performed by professionals? I thought kitchens were
high-risk and therefore had to be certified?
copperkipper1: Lol the stickers all fell off.. fail so hard.
eSparesVideo: Beautiful work! Thanks and very well done.
luke040655: Thank you i fix my oven
eSparesVideo: You're welcome and well done.
eSparesVideo: @felixrooster :) Well the idea is that any stickers are removed before
replacing the back panel.
mrappliance1: very informative
mazhar khan: Very informative and well explained :-)
Richard Saupe: 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.
admartinezjr: Thanks so much! Your video helped my wife and I fixed our oven door. It had
snapped off the hinge. Nice work.
ECiriachi: Good, never knew how to replace this stuff.
Barry Webb: Useful video but all 3 screws holding my element in place are rusted over a
won't come out. What would you suggest to remove the rusted screws?
Greatful for any advice.
eSparesVideo: Why thank you!
Paul McGuire: 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.
ignite15europe: just purchased a replacement fan heating element for my Neff oven 1661, got
the serial no from oven and ordered part from espares, it arrived in 2
days, followed the instructions on the video, my only problem was a couple
of screws had lost their thread, but otherwise very easy to follow and
replace, which is amazing for me, as i am not "handy", if i can follow this
anyone can, this is the 2nd time I have used espares and the videos and
have found them excellent
wikidburke: Just replaced the element on my Whirlpool. Same setup as the Neff. Thanks a
million very helpfull. Saved me a few quid.
GalaXy808 .: Very nice,thank you much.I have a question
eSparesVideo: Anytime @wikidburke.
george agathangelou: 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
Chris Dymond: Why is my neff oven u1721n2 element different to everything you see on
youtube. It's an upside down u shape, and 1 retaining screw is behind the
fan !!! and of course the fan won't budge unlike the video where it just
comes off with a gentle pull, 2 hours to do a 15 minute job. Neff service
dept wouldn't give advice on how to get the 1 screw out on H&S advice !!!!
I'm high voltage qualified and worked on boilers and 1MW generators, they
just want you to use one of their parts fitter, or as they call them,
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