Question about Bosch NET9652UC 36 in. Electric Cooktop
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can give me the model number I can give you 3 places and there prices. The model number should be located on the bottom of the unit.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Is this cooktop new? Was it converted to propane or do you use natural gas? If it was converted, I was just thinking they put in the wrong size orifice. If it has been working fine and is just now giving you problems, then check the burner holes and see if they are partially plugged from food spills.
Posted on May 19, 2010
Is what broken and lools ugly the glass for the cooktop? if that is the case you should know the cost just for the glass is $470.00 plus the service call and labor it's going to be at least $600 to replace the glass
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
Problem: Error codes 26 or 42 after turning on too many heating elements.
Potential issue: Damaged main electronic board
Specific case: Error code 42 after turning on more than 3 elements, then already after 2, 1 until none of the cooking element could be turned on, over a period of a few weeks.
Root cause: Dying/blown electrolytic capacitor on the main electronics board.
1) Turn off power (circuit breaker) - caution high voltage inside the cooktop
2) Lift the cooktop out of the hole in the countertop and slide it on a flat surface
3) Remove all screws around the metal housing using a torx screwdriver
4) Carefully tilt the glass top out of the housing on the front, noting that there are electrical connections in the rear, and place the rear end of the glass on a stable surface. You may need someone's assistance here.
5) After double-checking that there is no power, record the color coding of the four wires connected to the glass assembly (green for ground, white, black, red from left to right)
6) Next open the black plastic cover by removing four Torx screws.
7) Carefully remove from the connector on the left the the plastic strip connecting to the display board.
8) Carefully remove the circuit board with relays and capacitors that is held in place by plastic tabs.
9) If one of the capacitors is bulging out or showing sings of damage on top, replacing it may fix the appliance. De-soldering a bad capacitor requires some tools and skill. Replace the capacitor with at least the same capacity, voltage and use high-temp. 105C version) Alternatively, instead of replacing a $2 component you will have to replace the entire board.
10) Reassemble and done.
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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