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Cooling Fan Motor Stock Number: ES547262

Cooling Fan Motor - ES547262
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Genuine spare part compatible with select Bosch, Neff and Siemens models

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Manufactured by Neff

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Cooling Fan Motor

Within your oven, the hot air is distributed via the fan - which is powered by a motor. If you have a faulty fan motor, you will notice that the hot air is not being distributed around the inside of your oven correctly.

If this has happened to your oven, it will lead to your meals not being cooked at the heat you would wish. eSpares has this replacement fan motor that could soon be yours, so you can get back to having an oven where the air is being circulated as it should be.

With the help of eSpares, and our replacement fan oven motor, you will soon be back to a fully working oven - so you can get back to creating your tasty dishes at meal time again soon!

Genuine spare part is compatible with select Bosch, Neff and Siemens cookers.

As always, please view the model fit list prior to purchasing to ensure the spare is suitable for you.

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6 Questions and 7 Answers

We have a Neff U1421SGB/02 Double Oven, we are experiencing problems with the grill/top oven .. It is turning off after being on for 10 mins+ and the front top panel is getting hot, so much that the knobs are too hot to touch. We are assuming the cooling fan needs replacing, is this part suitable? And is it a job that can be done by yourself easily?

By Beany - - 15 January 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Ok so the stat is working, The cooling fan may not kick in untill the cavity is warm (saying that my single oven Neff starts the fan when the selector is moved from 'off'). The fan blows a light air flow across the top of the oven and the controls (you can feel on the back of your hand). It may not 'cool' the controls a great deal. If the fan is working and not noisy it is not likely to be faulty but may be the door seal or hinges that are allowing heat to escape. To replace the fan see a similar appliance in our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/1570/how-to-replace-an-oven-cooling-fan---gorenje

  • Hi, many thanks for your advice, as advised we have tested by turning on grill oven to lowest setting and the thermostat appears to be working. If this is so is it likely to be the cooling fan? By Beany - - 16 January 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    This sounds like the oven is overheating causing it to cut out. Turn the oven onto its lowest setting. if it continues heating to a high temperature and the thermostat is not controlling the heat suspect the thermostat on that oven.

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By Richard Cassidy - Ireland - 17 November 2015
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    Chris at eSpares says...

    On two wire AC motors it does not matter which way around the two power connections are as the motor can only run in one direction.

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Bosch Oven HBN3250GB/06

By Higgy - - 24 February 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    This sounds like a noisy cooling fan see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/1/1570/how-to-replace-an-oven-cooling-fan---gorenje

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My U 1452 8 ,Double oven is taking a long time to cool down and the front gets very hot

By Ant - East Sussex - 03 January 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    If the cooling fan is running when warm and not excessively noisy then replacing it is not going to improve this much. You may have an installation issue. if the oven does not have free air behind it it cannot draw the air through to cool it.

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Only have a problem when I use the main oven. My house trip switch is taken out 2min after putting on main oven. Doesn't happen immediatly oven is turned on. Thought this could be the culprit.

By qwerty - - 22 March 2011
  • Rory from eSpares
    Rory at eSpares says...

    Hi qwerty, one of the electrical components in the oven is causing a power surge and therefore causing the fuse to trip. It could be the motor, the element, the thermostat, or the wiring connecting the components. What you'll need to do is test each component with a multimeter to find the culprit. Please be safe though! Disconnect it from the mains straight away and don't connect again until it's fixed. If you're still stuck, an electrician will be your best bet. Good luck!

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