The timer function in my Bosch range won't turn off when the off button is pushed. It just keeps beeping and none of the other functions can be turned on. A temporary fix was originally available by turning off the range circuit breaker for a few seconds, turning it back on and immediately pushing the start button to reset the clock. This worked for a few days, but then the timer would start beeping again. As of today, this temporary fix no longer works at all. None of the oven functions can be turned on even though the stove top works with the constant beeping from the timer function. Is there a way to fix this problem?
Brand: BoscheType of Appliance: Oven & RangeWhat have you tried so far?: See my previous writing
Thanks for counting on us to help with your appliance problem. My name is XXXXX XXXXX X look forward to helping you! If the timer will not cancel off now, the control will likely need to be replaced. May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
Bosch model HEI7282U/01
Do any of the buttons respond to touch at all?
No, not now. Not on the oven, even though the range-top switches work. They did respond before when I could "re-boot" the oven, but not anymore.
Okay, you probably have an issue with the actual glass panel that the oven is set with, not the electronic control. There is not a really good way to test it, so there is some educated guess work involved. Would you like info on that panel?
Yes, if you think it will lead to a home fix and if all this info is part of my initial $58 fee. If it's getting too complicated and will cost more money, I probably will be better off getting getting an appliance repairman to come to the house or replace the stove entirely.
There is NEVER any more charges than what you initially offered! I can provide you a link to the part, but there is some pretty involved disassembly and electrical connections that will need to be made. Are you comfortable repairing this yourself?
Yes, I think I can handle it. I assume the front panel must be removed and a new circuit board installed. However, if there is soldering involved, I may need to pass because I don't have the equipment. If it's just plug and play, I can probably do it.
It is totally plug and play, no soldering, just some disassembly. The glass touch panel comes with the entire front panel, is number 0112 in the diagram and is available below.
The link below is to the part you will need from a highly recommended company rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau. They offer a 100% money back guarantee, EVEN ON INSTALLED ELECTRICAL PARTS, for an entire year! They are the only company to allow returns on installed parts for a refund!
Panel Assembly <----- CLICK HERE FOR THE CORRECT PART FOR YOUR MODEL
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Your "highly recommended" company does not have this item in stock.
Is there a local supplier in Asheville, NC where I can pick one up?
I doubt it will be in stock anywhere, but the part number is XXXXX They show it shipping in about 5 days, though. Make sure you ask about warranty and return policy if you buy elsewhere. The link I sent has the best of both!
OK, before I give you a passing grade, you need to give me more detailed information. I removed the knobs from the front of the stove but it's not too obvious how I proceed to get the panel out. There are a few screws coming up from the bottom. Will just unscrewing them release the panel or must I do something else? The diagram you sent doesn't give much of a clue and there are no instructions in my stove manual.
Do you have access to a detailed diagram showing removal and reinstallation procedures?
I do not have a manual for that oven, unfortunately. The screws on the bottom will come out and then I believe the control panel will slide down and then pull out. I am going by memory, so hang in there with me...
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OK, but it will be a week or so before I get the new panel and I can finish the job and give you a rating. I hope you'll be patient.
Absolutely! Just post back at your convenience and we can continue or call it a success! have a great weekend!