Question about Bosch HBN 7052 GB Stainless Steel Electric Double Oven
How do i remove the fan in the bottom oven in order to replace the heater ring, as the fan blocks the top screw on the heater ring.
Hi, the fan is held in place with a left handed nut, once undone, then remove the steel drive washer by giving it a light tap, finally it is a case of shear brute force applied evenly. All you need is a 10ml spanner and a medium size cross head screwdriver plus a bit of muscle.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Hi. I nearly gave up with this but after reading jazabel's solution i decided to give it one last go. I sprayed a small amount of WD40 onto the centre spindle and then pulled on the fan blades with two pairs of pliers. I must have taken about 5 or 6 really big efforts but it did finally come off.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
I tried using brute force, but no go.
As a last resort, I gripped the fan spindle with pliers and gently twisted the fan this did the trick !
They must get stuck on with use of the oven.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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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
If it has a timer, then make sure it is set manual and not auto, or the oven will not work.
Try pressing 2 buttons at the left of timer and one button on right of timer to set it to manual, if it does not work this way, then try another combination of buttons.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
On our oven (Bosch Evolution 700 Series HGS7152UC), the problem was getting worse and worse. I found it is was worsening simply because the hinges had started to come loose. I removed the door as suggested above, and although there are no adjustment screws on this model I tightened the now-loose hinge mounting screws. For each hinge there are three screws altogether: two (phillips heads) on the bottom of the door and one (torx head) on the inside wall of the door. After tightening those screws it is a lot better, only leaks as much heat as it did when it was new which is tolerable. Still a bad design.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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