Question about Bosch HBL 745 Stainless Steel Electric Single Oven
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We have experienced a similiar problem. After baking a frozen pizza @
450 degrees, ~ 15 minutes, then cancelling the baking cycle my daughter saw sparks at the back of the oven looking through the door.
I was not there and when I tried to create the problem by repeating the baking cycle did not see any problem.
It appears in the vacinity of the convection fan. I could shot gun the fan, but since I don't see the problem, I'm wondering is something made
it through the holes in the back of the oven and just started sparking on contact with the blades.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is likely that the convection element is burned out and needs to be replaced. If all other functions are working then this is the place to start. Teh back panel inside of the oven can be removed by removing the 4 visible philips screws on it. The element should look smooth and round, if not then it needs to be replaced. Be sure to turn power off to the oven before replacing it. Remove the screws that fasten the element to the back wall and gently pull the element away from the wall an inch or so. the wires will be exposed and can be unclipped from the element do not let them fall inside of the back of the oven or you will have to remove the oven from the wall to get at the back panel. Install the new element in the reverse procedure. If the element looks good then it will have to be tested with a multimeter to verify that it is still good before proceeding to check the selector switch for burn marks.
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
SOURCE: bosch oven
looks as though youre circotherm element has blown (open circuit) you will need to remove oven and check with multimeter should read around 35-37 ohms on 2.5 kilowatt heater if open circuit will need replacing easy to do on most ovens and no too expensive around £30-£35 for element depends on model and output power.
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
If the oven is electric and fan assisted,then I would suggest that the oven fan element is faulty.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2008
FIRST CHECK FOR ANY BURNT WIRES THEN REPLACE THE HEATING COIL AND TERMOSTATS AND YOUR OVEN SHOULDWORK FINE, BUT MAKE SURE YOU CHECK ALL WIRING FIRST.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
All the controls are on the top. Using self clean excessively causes damage to electronic circuits.I do no advise the usage of self clean especially for something as complex and expensive as this bad bot. I have the repair manual for this oven. I am trying to get it to download where I can send it to you. It is 55 megs. I need you to comment back so I can have a way to link it to you when I get it loaded to Gdocs. Dang computers. Wish I had a faster one but I fix stoves not pcs. LOL Whats gonna happen is My 30 minutes is gonna be up before I can get you the document. Waiting for your reply.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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