Neff Chrome Oven Control Knob

Stock Number: ES567140

Manufactured by Neff

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (72 customers)

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Neff Cookers & Hobs


If your oven control knob is faulty, melted or you just would like a new one, this could be what you're after. 

  • Colour: Chrome
  • Comes with shaft

Genuine spare for select Neff ovens. Be sure to view the models this fits prior to ordering.

How to replace Neff gas hob parts

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (72 customers)
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  • So easy to fit. We saved on call out fees.

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    By - Hants

    We had been putting off replacing this oven knob because of the cost of calling out a repair man. The knob had broken inside for the second time!!We read the reviews and decided to have a go ourselves. We are nervous Diyers. It was so easy. Switch of electric supply. Use pliers to pull the shaft out. This removes the whole thing. Push in the new part with the fin down, you really can't go wrong. In the past a repairman pulled out the whole oven and removed the facing. You don't need to do this. Have a go yourself before calling neff or anyone else. The actual knob is naff Neff! It isn't up to the job, but it is simple to replace.
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    By - Oxford

    The silver knob-end had snapped and would not turn the white shaft; I nearly bought a replacement just for the end-piece but realised there was a stiffness-problem further back so got this. Gingerly tugged with the pliers, out came the old, in went the new. Perfect, might seem a lot for one part but saved much more on call-out charges!
  • So simple

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    What a relief that you can source a quality part; its great value and it takes literally 10 seconds to fit. I was impressed how quickly the part arrived, the day after I ordered. I left it for a few days before starting the mammoth task of removing the old broken switch and fitting the new. Couldn't be simpler, get some pliers take hold of the switch, pull firmly but slowly and it comes straight out. Get new switch and align with metal rod mounting inside the hole left after removal; and gently press the new switch home. Don't panic if you think the switch has gone in too far, remember the head pops out like a biro top. Well done eSpares you have saved the me £££ again!

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  • Q The barrel of the broken knob won't pull out of the control panel, please could you advise? There is no obvious way to remove the fascia of the control panel (e.g. screws/ lever) - if this is necessary, do you have a video demonstrating this? Many thanks 2 Answers

    By Cherry - Sussex - 09 January 2012

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      Fascia was removed by undoing four screws. It was necessary to remove the fascia because when the knob collar broke, the panel behind the fascia slid out of alignment. This happens commonly. (Pliers used to remove the knob but that was obvious, the new knob wouldn't just push in because of the sleeve slipping out of alignment behind the fascia.)

      By Cherry - Sussex - 13 March 2012

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      Use pliars it pulls out easily The new one just pushes in

      By Anonymous - Watford Herts - 05 March 2012

  • Q Can't fit the item 1 Answer

    I purchased this although I only need the silver knob at the front. I cannot get the silver knob off the part so does that mean I have to change the whole piece and if so how?

    By SL - United Kingdom - 28 February 2015

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      It is likely that you will need to replace the whole part and this will require disconnecting, taking out the housing and removing the top. We do not have any other fitting information on this part.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 02 March 2015

  • Q Why won't the part rotate 1 Answer

    The switch will push in and out but won't rotate at all . Es pares say it's the right part (2nd one they've sent ) neff say it's the same part no. They would send any ideas anyone

    By Gaz - Preston - 19 December 2014

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      If the knob is not pushing in the shaft enough it will not let you turn it. Try pulling the knob half off and push carefully to see if it then turns. if this cures the problem try packing the shaft by dropping a small ball of rolled up kitchen foil into the knob hole to help prevent the shaft pushing in to far.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 19 December 2014

  • Q I need the knob but not the shaft. Can this be purchased separately? 1 Answer

    It's for an Neff oven B1451 N2GB/01. I was told the parts number is 188840, but this seems to include the shaft. I only need the knob!

    By miniscuria - Reading - 19 September 2014

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      We do not stock the knob separately.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 19 September 2014

  • Q I require to replace the knob but not the shaft. Can this be purchased separately 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Bucks - 15 September 2014

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      In order for us to answer your question or source the exact part you require please provide us with the following information: Appliance make, model and serial number of your appliance. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 September 2014