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CORRECT POSITION OF THE WIRE RACKS IN THE BOSCH HTHB13

I need to know correct placement of the wire racks in the bosch HTHB13

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The only F04 error on a Bosch oven is with the Bosch 5000 Series wall oven. On this model, the problem is with the door latch. Unplug (or turn off at the circuit breaker) the oven. Turn it back on after a few seconds. When the power comes on, the oven should do a self-test of the lock mechanism. If the error persists, you'll need to do some diagnostics to determine if the lock is faulty. The problem could also be with the wiring or the control board didn't register the correct signal from the lock sensor.

Please add a comment with the model number of the wall oven for more assistance and any possible parts lists. You may want to call for service if you aren't comfortable doing this work. You probably need to get the oven out of the wall cavity for some of the diagnostics.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Thanks everyone.

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My Bosch is also self-cleaning. If you press and HOLD the 2 buttons Bake and Broil that will lead you through the process. It starts by beeping at you- don't give up. :D

It will remind you of several things:

Choose length of time (4:00 is standard)
Remove the racks (self-cleaning will make them 'sticky'
and so forth
Keep pushing Start if you are comfortable moving forward.

Hope this helps!

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