Question about Bosch HES 252/ HES 256 Electric Kitchen Range
Self cleaning was activated in the middle of the night by roaches which have enjoyed crawling across the board on the top of the range - where the display is.
By 3:00pm in the afternoon I heard something pop or crack so I turned off the range at the circuit breaker.
Even after the range cooled down it remained locked for days.
Since then I have taken the range apart and cleaned it fairly thoroughly.
The display on the control panel reads error 43 - and the little "lock" icon displays.
I took off the range top and systematically removed at least five of the eight or so leads to the motor that latches the oven door. The "lock" icon went away. Then I turned on the oven and it would start heating. However, the second the oven sensed it was heating - when the temperature would logically display 110 vs the starting temperature of 100 degrees - the error 43 message would return and the oven shut down - stopped heating.
Even though I kept removing wires from the latch motor the oven would only start to heat for a few seconds and then stops.
The question is which board controls the sensing? and do I need to replace it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is the error code and things to check on your oven.
Error Code: F41 Cause: Upper (or single) oven motorized latch will not lock; defective or jammed upper (or single) oven door or latch switches; Defective latch motor or its wiring. Corrective Action: 1. Check P24 connector on the power board. 2. Ensure door latch switches are operating properly. 3. Check that neither latch switch nor common wires are
pinched to the appliance chassis. 4. Check that the solder joints in header P24 on the power board are not broken. 5. Check P10 connector and check if latch motor wire is
pinched to the appliance chassis.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
- Follow Door removal instruction from the manual.
- There is a screw at the end of the hinge that can be adjusted.
- Adjust the screw to desired height.
- Secure lock nut
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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