I tried researching this, but I'm unable to get your model number to come up as valid. Did you take this directly off the appliance? If so, please double check to ensure all numbers are exact. Thanks.
model number is hd17282u/08
Ok, that's the same one you listed the first time. I can't help you because I can't get that to pull up to research technical data. I'll opt out so maybe another expert can find that model number somewhere in their info.
no it was afraid of danger since it is/ was in cleaning mode. I came here because i could not reach Bosch on holiday. I can do that tomorrow myself and hope that my house does not burn down.That is why i came here. I want to opt out and NOT pay can I do that? I aready have the bosch number off the same ID plate on the range
I guess i am stuck since it looks like I will have to pay. The" If satisfied" statement does not mean what it thought. RIght? I am not angry at you, Justin, Just would never have used the service until i struck out with MFR myself, but was worried and needed a peace of mind answer today. SO what do i have to do?
This is Eastern time and getting late.
Thanks so much Justin. I will do that. I will contact you again if i cannot get help from Bosch.
How do i reach you tomorrow? RIght here on this reply?
I knew it was not on line , I tried that too 8=)
"til tomorrow........one way or the other
Justin, you were right, they would not give me the "secret" codes. See what you can find
Sorry for the hold up. I had seven service calls to run today. I got ahold of technical assistance. Basically that code suggests the power board got too hot. One piece of advice is that you want to ensure the unit is not sitting directly on the floor (in other words, ensure the leveling legs are attached) and that the air can flow. The other thing is that you want to have a little gap between the back wall and the back of the product for air flow. At this point, the 154 code is an unrecoverable condition. Bosch technical assistance said it is mandatory that the power control board is replaced PLUS the display. Since this happened in CLEAN, you really want to ensure that there is sufficient air flow. The air needs to be drawn in from the bottom and the front of the unit must not be blocked by any restrictions like trim pieces etc... I don't know your particular situation there regarding installation, but if all that checks ok, the only recourse is the power board and display. BOTH need replaced per tech-line.
Stove seems to now be operating correctly. DO you think i can wait and see if board is fried or shut down as overheat condition. It seems fine I think I will wait and see. BTW, just a friendly question,where are you?
Good, I was under the assumption that your condition was unrecoverable. If it is operating correctly, then yes it was overheated. As I indicated, ensure you have proper air flow clearance. This is exceptionally important during a self clean. As long as you have operation back, the board must have cooled down and recovered. If it does happen again, the recourse will be to replace that board. The overheat circuit may be too sensitive. I live on the east coast. I can't really provide specifics as it's against site policy to divulge personal information :) Glad to hear you're up and running. If it fails, just come back to this question ok. Thanks Bill. Now you know what that code is.
You have been great. If I have problem in future, can i request you? I thought you could not tell me who/ where you are. Best wishes in your business.