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I guess you mean installing a plug and cord on the unit or do you mean hardwiring it from the breaker panel?Either way open up the access panel run your cord or wire thru the strain-relief and your white wire or smaller of the three wires goes to the "N"(neutral) terminal on the unit the other two wires,more than likely colored red & black go to "L1" and "L2" load 1 and load 2 those can be on either terminal after thats done arrange your wire and tighten the strain relief and replace your access cover

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A F04 Err is flashing on my Bosch double oven. Please can you tell me what this means?


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

Feb 24, 2017 | Bosch Ovens

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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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I have a bosch Oven model HBL745A UC and the heating element at the back of the oven won't turn off.


Most likely part is the oven control board, it has relays on it . There is one stuck. IT is 2235 dollars to replace.

Dec 09, 2013 | Bosch HBL 745 Stainless Steel Electric...

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We own a Bosch (Built-in) oven HBN4305.0B and the top grill/oven element has failed. Can you please advise on replacement procedure


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.

Feb 10, 2011 | Bosch Ovens

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Is it possible to turn my Bosch oven in to 110 volt? Model number HBN58T650A Thanks


I did a search for this Bosch oven-
It sounds like the oven is not a conventional Resistance heating oven-
So it might be possible--

Do you have the manual for it?

I tried this web site: visit the website: www.bsh-group.com.
But It was not much help

Perhaps you can look in the phone book, and contact your local BOSCH appliance dealer, and have them look up the model in their Model catalogs?

Or-- You could pull the oven out, and check the wiring harness--
No doubt it will tell where the main cord comes in, -- if there is a hook up diagram for both 110 Volt,and 220 VAC connection diagrams-

When you get it out, tell us what you find-- maybe we can help further..

MackB

Jan 29, 2011 | Ovens

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Do i need to hard wire a single oven


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

You don't HAVE to hard wire, you can install a regular oven plug and receptacle outlet, but this is the recommendation of Bosch.

**Before installing the oven have a qualified electrician verify that your home is provided with adequate electrical service and that the addition of the oven will not overload the branch circuit on which it is to be installed. A separate three-wire or four-wire single phase, 240 Volt, 60 Hz., or a 208 Volt, 60 Hz. branch circuit is required.**


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Jan 09, 2011 | Bosch HBL 442 / HBL 446 Electric Single...

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Need to replace my oven selector switch on my bosch oven HBN13M55OB/03


Hi,
My apologies - I submitted this last night but upon checking for any reply from you, I noticed it had not been posted on the page. I now have to write the entire message again!

Obtaining the part is easy, however fitting it is going to be somewhat more difficult as it's a double oven - meaning it's both higher and heavier. Access for replacing the switch and removing the front panel is from the top so the oven will need to be pulled out from the cabinet or removed. However, the double glass doors make the oven rather front-heavy so it's inclined to topple forward!

This is an expensive appliance and I recommend getting this job done professionally. Should you decide to do the job yourself, you do so at your own risk and you should follow all of the saftey instuctions carefully.

The best - and usually cheapest - place to get any genuine Bosch part is directly from Bosch. They normally deliver in 2-3 working days. The Bosch part number you need is 602732:

http://www.bosch-eshop.com/eshop/bosch/gb/prodlg.htm?Maktx=602732&eshoptype=A&autoselected= £19.63 inc. postage

Click on "Add to Basket" and then "Finish and pay >"
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Fitting instructions:


I prefer to do this job with the oven fully removed from the housing but it's probably hardwired to the switch/breaker and needs two people to lift it out. Not removing it also means you have to work at a much greater height, so I recommend complete removal, if possible. The job can be done with the oven only half pulled forward from the cabinet, but the front of the oven needs to be fully supported after pulling it forward or the weight of the doors can (and will) cause it to topple forward.
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1. Power off at the breaker/main switch. If you are going to completely remove the oven, you will need to power off at the main fuse box and then remove the oven power cable from the switch.

2
. Remove the screws which secure the oven to cabinet - these are at the sides and are only visible with the doors open

3
. Pull the oven control knob off of the fascia panel.

4
. Remove the oven completely or pull it forward half-way (see above)

5
. Remove the front half of the top panel of the oven. I think it just unclips on these, but there may be a couple of screws to remove at the side first. You will now have access to the switch area.

6
. Make a detailed note of how all the wires are attached to the main oven switch. It's a good idea to take a digital photo for reference. Some of the wires are the same colours so make sure you don't get them mixed up. Also, some of the terminals on the switch are double, so it's best to draw a diagram and give all the terminals numbers and record which wire goes to each one.

7
. Detach all,the wires from the oven selector switch. There is another white "box" attached to the back of the switch, but you don't need to disconnect the wires from this. This box is the thermostat which is attached to the temperature probe in the oven with a long wire.

8
. Remove the screws securing the selector switch to the oven and detach the switch. Make note of how all the parts - switch / bracket / support, etc - fit together. Another digital photo may be useful here.

9
. Unscrew and pull the thermostat out from the back of the selector switch. You should now be able to remove the switch from the oven.

10
. Assemble the new selector switch with the bracket, support, thermostat, etc and secure it to the oven.

11
. Refit everything else in reverse order of the above.
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This may be a little bit more complicated than you were expecting. If you don't feel confident to do the work yourself, then please seek professional help. If you do decide to DIY and you let me know when you are planning to do it, I can try to be online to assist you if you get stuck anywhere.

Merry Christmas!

BElectric

Dec 18, 2010 | Bosch Ovens

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I have A Bosch HBN32 oven which has just stopped working all the timers are switched off and the grill still works but the oven only heats up to about 80c the fan still works. any help would be greatly...


ck wiring ( tec sheet inside the panel - there on most bosch a one time thermo / or it may be a resetable one .but you will have to reset it by pushing the red button . this may correct problem . if it does it again look for a over heating porblem like the ( fan foing too slow. ) or temps prob problems. .. mm / hope this helps / feed back pls /

Dec 20, 2009 | Bosch HBN 3550 Electric Single Oven

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Yes, it is o/k to have a single oven connected to a 13 amp power supply supplied with a 2.5mm cable.
A lot of single ovens already come with a 13 amp plug fitted, so you can plug it straight into a 13 amp socket.
If there is no covenient socket nearby, then you can wire the 2.5mm cable srtaight into the oven terminal block.
I must stress that this only applys to a single oven and not a double one.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Jan 13, 2009 | Bosch HBL 442 / HBL 446 Electric Single...

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