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HBL8461UC (01) Bosch Wall Oven - Overview

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SHELF – Part Number: 00798845
PartSelect #: PS9495699
Manufacturer #: 00798845
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LAMP – Part Number: 00623710
PartSelect #: PS8728930
Manufacturer #: 00623710
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DISPLAY MODULE – Part Number: 12029207
PartSelect #: PS12742171
Manufacturer #: 12029207
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SENSOR – Part Number: 00630873
PartSelect #: PS10057828
Manufacturer #: 00630873
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Bake Element – Part Number: 00791650
Bake Element
PartSelect #: PS9495682
Manufacturer #: 00791650
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GLASS PANEL – Part Number: 00791632
PartSelect #: PS9495679
Manufacturer #: 00791632
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LENS – Part Number: 00414513
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Manufacturer #: 00414513
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INSERT – Part Number: 00631615
PartSelect #: PS9492682
Manufacturer #: 00631615
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Broil Element – Part Number: 11021971
Broil Element
PartSelect #: PS12367464
Manufacturer #: 11021971
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SENSOR – Part Number: 00755060
PartSelect #: PS9495617
Manufacturer #: 00755060
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SHELF – Part Number: 00798846
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PartSelect #: PS12367425
Manufacturer #: 11020741
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Need to replace bake element
First, cut the power and remove the oven from the cabinet.

The bake element is accessible from the back and sits in a drawer.

As someone else said, you have to use pliers to bend the cover of the drawer, you will make some damage to the cover, but there is nothing you can do about it.

Make a note of what wire goes to the right and to the left so you can plug them back like it was before.

When you replace the bake element, make sure you insert it in the straps so it won't wiggle when it heats.

To close the cover that you bent, you will need a helper and push really hard.
Parts Used:
Bake Element
  • Ludovic from MIAMI BEACH, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers
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Control panel would randomly flicker, fade to black or become non-responsive when subjected to the heat/steam of the open range.
Watch the YouTube video.
Turn off power or unplug the range.
Remove 5 gas control knobs.
Remove four T20 screws on Control panel. one on each end, L and R, two underneath, L and R.
Pull off control panel and carefully flip it up onto the range, being careful not to stretch the wiring harness.
Carefully remove two wiring connectors (pinch and pull method)
Remove four T20 screws securing the Control panel mount then turn it over 180 degrees.
Straighten the mounting tabs until the control panel easily slides off of its mount.
Remove and replace the control panel and sheet.
Reverse the procedure to reinstall.
It took me longer to clean the components and the area that to repair the problem.
Tip: Isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle and a cloth cuts the grease and grime, if needed, with very little effort and no scratching.
Parts Used:
  • Alan from COLUMBUS, NJ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers
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Oven was not heating properly
Took the one out of the box and take off the back plate and detach the sensor
Parts Used:
  • Barry from MONROE, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
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