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Re: Bosch Worcester 24i Boiler
soory to tell you that you stuff needed a serious troubleshooting in each parts and the repair tech or the service tech in your area can torubleshoot in person. since i am far from your location. melnavz
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check and see if one of them are loose,most plug in.if that does not work than check the wiring where the cord goes in the back of the stove and check if a wire has came loose..but please unplug the stove first.
I think that error is caused by a bad oven temperature probe (temp sensor). Either an open or a short; I forget which. You might want to check the wire and connectors to it; maybe unplug the connector and re-plug it back together. If you have an ohmmeter, you can check its resistance at room temperature - it should be between 1080 to 1100 ohms at room temp.
I'm not sure how I was registered as having a problem with an electric range; my problem was with my Sunbeam electric mattress pad.
I used one of the suggestions I read here. I unplugged the connection to the mattress pad and blew into the receptacle to clear any dust or lint from it. I reconnected everything, plugged it in, and the problem has been eliminated.
Look at the back of your range there should be schemetic for your power control board. look for defective burner wire going into relay. There should be 5 relays in rows. Realy is the problem. I had the same problem with my front left burner stuck on high. After replacing everything works okay.
Try unplugging or turning off the breaker for 30 mins then plug it back in and see if you still have the 160. I'm surprised that it doesn't have an F anywhere in the code. How old is the oven. Could some of the lights on the control be out. they are LED's and sometime they do burn out. I'm thinking this could be an F06 code which could mean anything from a power surge (clock) and needs to be reset (like I said by switching of the breakers or unplugging) to an EOC (Electronic Oven Control) failure. By switching off the oven and waiting about 30 mins. if it doesn't come back on it will be the EOC. make sure the LED (light emitting diodes) aren't out on the control making you