If your Neff oven keeps tripping, this article is for you. We are going to look at the topics, “Neff oven tripping after cleaning”, “Neff oven tripping when hot”, and more.
Neff Oven Tripping After Cleaning — How To Fix
If your Neff oven is tripping after cleaning, there is more than one possible reason for it. We have listed each one below and what to do about them.
Water In The Internal Components
After cleaning your oven, the water that was used might have seeped into the internal components of the oven. Leave the oven door open overnight. After, test the oven again. If it’s still tripping, the heating element may be faulty. Read this article to replace the heating element in your Neff oven.
If you just finished using the pyrolytic self cleaning feature, The heat may have caused the thermal fuse to overheat. To replace the thermal fuse in your Neff oven, follow the steps listed below…
Step 1: Turn off the circuit breaker.
Step 2: Open the oven door and take out the oven racks.
Step 3: Remove the screws on each side of the oven which secure it to the cabinet.
Step 4: Pull out the oven of the cabinet.
Step 5: Set the oven on a cloth lined surface.
Step 6: Take out the screws which hold the back panel of the oven in place.
Step 7: Remove the back panel.
Step 8: Disconnect the wires connected to the thermal fuse.
Step 9: Test the fuse for continuity using a multimeter. If there is no continuity, you will need to replace the fuse.
Step 10: Take out the screw which holds the thermal fuse to the oven.
Step 11: Remove the thermal fuse.
Step 12: Screw the new thermal fuse into place.
Step 13: Connect the wires to the thermal fuse.
Step 14: Reposition the oven’s back panel and secure it with the screws.
Step 15: Return the oven to the cabinet.
Step 16: Secure the sides of the oven to the cabinet using the screws.
Step 17: Return the oven racks.
Step 18: Turn the circuit breaker back on.
The video below will give you a visual of how to replace the thermal fuse in an oven.
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Neff Oven Trips Circuit Breaker — How To Fix
If your Neff oven trips the circuit breaker, the most likely reason is because it is overloaded. Turn off an appliance that is not in use at the moment and turn the oven back on. The oven shouldn’t trip the breaker again. However, if it does trip the breaker, you should call a technician to identify the problem.
Neff Oven Trips RCD — Cause And Solution
Your oven keeps tripping the RCD because a leakage has been detected. Don’t try to fix this problem yourself as it is not an easy thing to fix. Call a technician to fix this issue for you.