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Hi yer ........... I have a bosch hbn13n550b/01. One of the knobs no longer turns on the heat for the lower oven. The Knob just goes round and round. Any ideas what has gone wrong and how do I get access to it.

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SOURCE: retractable function selector knob stuck

facia panel most probably need removed, not to bad a job, but oven need to come out... go to bosch, web site...search parts finder with your model , and you will see an exploded diagram, this may help yet you get an idea on how it comes apart.. failing that call an engineer...

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SOURCE: How can I replace a damaged timer control knob?

i was reading up on this item and i came across section where they mentioned you have to purchase 4 complete different replacement knob boxes or panels

heres the link boy this product is having one heck of time

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews105062.html

Posted on May 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Self-cleaning feature of GE Built-In Oven does not work

Simply set the Clock and Delay Start to the current time, then set the Stop Time ahead 3 hours. For example, if it is currently 8:00 then set the Stop Time to 11:00. The lights on the console will come on and the cleaning cycle will begin. At some point during the cycle when the oven gets hot enough, the lock mechanism is "fixed" and will not release until the cycle is complete.

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SOURCE: Hotpoint EG900X rear round heating element

If the fan is working, but there is no heat from rear element, then the element needs replacing.
Remove inner rear cover of oven, you will see the element there, remove, and replace.
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Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Creda Oven Model ESO 210 broken multifunction selector knob

Same thing happened with my Creda ESO 210. The function selector works find. It just doesn't rotate the piece of plastic that has the funtion symbols on it. I contacted the authorised parts supplier in Canada and was told it would cost $90 for the part. After a long wait, the part arrived and it wasn't the correct piece (they'd ordered the little plastic circle with the function symbols on it instead of the knob thingee that moves it). So, if that cost $90, I dread to think what the broken mechanism would cost. So, I gave up and I simply count the clicks from the off position to use my oven. However, if you really want to follow up on this, you can contact www.creda.co.uk.

Posted on Mar 07, 2010

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