If heat is escaping from your oven your door seal may have become faulty, this could be costing you money unnecessarily. In this video, eSpares explain how easy it is to replace the door seals on your Neff oven.
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Hi I'm Rory from eSpares, and in this video I'm going to show you how to replace both the door seals in this double oven.
As with any spare part, always make sure you're getting the right seal for your model. For this you'll need your model number. This can usually be found on the inside of the oven door, the side of the oven, maybe the inside of the oven, but as is the case with this older Neff, it's on this data plate here in the lower oven.
Safety first, always make sure that your oven is switched off before you get to work.
Replacing damaged seals is really important. This seal used to have a fourth side, but its become damaged and lost over time. This is allowing heat to escape through the bottom of the oven and it's actually damaging the top of this oven door. Removing the door seal is really easy. There are hooks at each corner, which you can simply take out, and then I can just pull the whole thing away.
Now I have my new seal, which thankfully has four sides, and you've just got to make sure that it's not twisted up, and then you can start hooking into place. It will be a little more taut but that's alright, once you stretch it into place it will fit nicely. There you go.
It's more or less the same for the bottom oven, apart from this seal actually only has three sides, some do. But it's still the same thing, they hook into place, and you can just remove them. There you go. We can get our new seal and just put it on like that.
There you go, both seals replaced. Seals and loads of other spare parts for all models of cooker are available on the eSpares website.
Thanks for watching.