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Bosch HBN43N551B electric built in oven. How do I remove the oven from the wall to replace the lamp?

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With the power turned off it is usually a case of, in most ovens, just removing the element by unscrewing two screws. Unclip the wiring and make a note of what wires go where. Find a new one and install in reverse procedure.

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