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Bosch oven error code F43; breaker reset doesn't work. Door ok (though it locked while using broiler). Beeps continuously. Worth fixing? OK to use gas burners without power? Smells very gassy.


Don't use any appliance that smells of gas or partially burnt gas. Time for a new one or a professional Bosch service engineer. Your call?

Here is the Error Code

F43Upper (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.
  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 P10 connector and check if latch motor wire is pinched to the appliance chassis.
  5. If F43 persists, replace power board.


Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/repair-help/bosch-fault-codes.html#ixzz4TKlEr5YM
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Dec 20, 2016 | Bosch Ovens

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The heater will not stay lit, it burns for a few min. And than kicks off


If your connectors are clogged or dirty that might stop the flow of gas, or the gas tank pressure is too low. Also, if you do not hold the igniter long enough its tip will not get hot enough to keep the flame lit.

Jan 06, 2013 | Ovens

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Glass panel missing on grill (top oven) door?


if there seems to be a hole there and not a solid door then yes there should be glass there. try doing a goggle search on the brand . there might be a pic there to show you what is should look like.

Nov 12, 2011 | Ovens

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I have an american range gas convection oven i think lightning may have struck them but they still run but the gas will not come on the igniter just keeps ticking and no gas


there posible pilot burner is clogged, you may want take off the gas pilot tube and make a quick turn on to see gas is come out from pilot tube or disconnect from gas valve pilot connector...have fun....

Sep 23, 2011 | American Range Ovens

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The pilot light is on but the burner won't lilght



When the oven lighting mechanism lights the gas the flames heat a temperature sensor that, once hot, increases the pressure in the sensor's copper pipe and opens a safety valve to allow gas to continue to flow (It's made like this so, if your flame gets blown out, the sensor cools and cuts off the gas supply, making it safe from gas leaks). These sensors occasionally fail, and very sensibly "Fail safe" - No pressure in the sensor pipe, the valve won't open and there is no gas to the burner.

If you take a look inside the oven at the back where the burner is, you will see the sensor, usually the bit that is in the flame is cylindrical, about an inch long made of metal about 3 or 4 mm thick, tapering at the end. It will be held in place by a nut that fits on a thread at the base of the sensor. Running from the sensor is a copper pipe that runs to the cutoff valve. Unbolt the sensor and withdraw it from the hole it is mounted in, trace the copper pipe back to the valve (where it is usually screwed into the valve with a 10mm connector that looks like a car brake pipe connector. Unbolt from the valve. These sensors are widely used on most gas appliances (Boilers, gas fires, cooker hob burners and patio heaters all use the same kind of sensor). You should be able to get a replacement from any gas appliance service agent. If you go into a shop, take it with you. The only thing you need to do is make sure the replacement you get is long enough. If you are offered one that is slightly longer, that

Jul 19, 2011 | Ovens

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Oven will ignight but will not stay lit.


When the oven lighting mechanism lights the gas the flames heat a temperature sensor that, once hot, increases the pressure in the sensor's copper pipe and opens a safety valve to allow gas to continue to flow (It's made like this so, if your flame gets blown out, the sensor cools and cuts off the gas supply, making it safe from gas leaks). These sensors occasionally fail, and very sensibly "Fail safe" - No pressore in the sensor pipe, the valve won't open and there is no gas to the burner.

If you take a look inside the oven at the back where the burner is, you will see the sensor, usually the bit that is in the flame is cylindrical, about an inch long made of metal about 3 or 4 mm thick, tapering at the end. It will be held in place by a nut that fits on a thread at the base of the sensor. Running from the sensor is a copper pipe that runs to the cutoff valve. Unbolt the sensor and withdraw it from the hole it is mounted in, trace the copper pipe back to the valve (where it is usually screwed into the valve with a 10mm connector that looks like a car brake pipe connector. Unbolt from the valve. These sensors are widely used on most gas appliances (Boilers, gas fires, cooker hob burners and patio heaters all use the same kind of sensor). You should be able to get a replacement from any gas appliance service agent. If you go into a shop, take it with you. The only thing you need to do is make sure the replacement you get is long enough. If you are offered one that is slightly longer, that's not an issue, you can just coil any extra pipe up somewhere between the burner and the valve.

Jul 07, 2011 | Whirlpool Ovens

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Have igniter, but no flame.


Ok first thing you need to verify is that the gas valve is on at the connector and there is gas pressure. Then verify that there is no restriction on the flexible gas line(kinked) or any PTFE tape or pipe dope stuck in the connection restricting gas flow. Then make sure that the appliance gas regulator is installed in the right direction and not installed backwards(if it is backwards you will get no gas). Also you might find a valve located on the regulator called a runaway valve(looks like a small clip) is off. Verify that the run-away valve is on. This valve will **** off gas to the oven burner. Then verify that there is no tape or debris covering the burner orfice or assembly. And when the burner igniter is glowing brightly try giving the gas control valve a tap(it might be sticikng). If it lights after you tap it re-try the oven several times to make sure it is working.

Nov 26, 2009 | Maytag 24" Built-In Single Gas Wall Oven -...

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Kitchenaid gas/convection stove oven door locked & won't open


F5 - E7 Self clean latch will not unlock

Remedy:

1. If door latched:
  1. Disconnect power from unit.
  2. Check wires and connectors from control to door switch, then from door switch to control. If no damage to wires and all connectors okay, proceed to step C.
  3. Replace door switch.
  4. Re-apply power.
  5. Press and hold any key down for 1 minute to clear F5 failure code from memory. F2 will appear. Press CANCEL and observe for 1 minute to ensure operation is correct.
2. If door not latched:
  1. Disconnect power from unit.
  2. Check wires and connectors from control to latch switch, then from latch switch to control. If no damage to wires and all connectors okay, proceed to step C.
  3. Repeat steps A and B for door switch.
3. Measure door switch (door open = switch open small low voltage terminals). Replace switch if defective.
4. Measure latch switch (unlatch = switch open, CAUTION - oven light contacts are closed). Replace switch if defective.
5. If corrections are made in any step, reconnect power to control. Press and hold any key for 1 minute to clear R failure code from memory. F2 will appear. Press CANCEL and observe for 1 minute to ensure operation is correct.
6. If failure remains, disconnect power and replace control.

Note: Applies to all F5-E... codes.

Sep 17, 2009 | Ovens

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Oven no lite


Hi, Remove the bottom panel in the oven and turn it on to heat. Look and see if the ignitor glows. You can test it at the connector to see if it is getting 120V. If it is getting voltage and not glowing, the ignitor is bad. The most common problem is the ignitor.
It can glow and still not open the gas valve.
I hope this helps you.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.

Vic

Jun 05, 2009 | Ovens

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