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HGI8054UC (02) Bosch Range - Overview

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ELECTRODE – Part Number: 00631633
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SHELF – Part Number: 00798845
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KNOB-COOKING AREA – Part Number: 00632515
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Range Surface Burner Cap – Part Number: 00631626
Range Surface Burner Cap
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This burner cap is for cooktops. Burner cap fits on top of the burner head. The burner cap protects the burner head from spills and helps spread out the burner flame for even heating.
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Cooktop  Burner Cap - Black – Part Number: 00631625
Cooktop Burner Cap - Black
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This burner cap is for cooktops. Burner cap fits on top of the burner head. The burner cap protects the burner head from spills and helps spread out the burner flame for even heating.
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LAMP – Part Number: 00623710
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Rubber Feet - Kit of 4 – Part Number: 00637940
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DISPLAY MODULE – Part Number: 12029207
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IGNITER – Part Number: 00755058
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SCREW – Part Number: 00612818
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SENSOR – Part Number: 00630873
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Vivian
October 5, 2023
Can you replace the complete top
For model number HGI8054UC/01
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Hello Vivian, thank you for reaching out. You can replace the complete top of your model, but it does not come as an assembly and you may have to order the parts separately. We have attached a relevant link that may help you in ordering the parts that you may need. Glad to be of help!

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Common Symptoms of the HGI8054UC

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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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Igniter replacement
Getting to the igniter is trivial, only requiring the removal of the stove bottom (two set screws) and a heat shield (the heat shield is held in place by screws with size 20 star-driver heads). At this point a splice could be made to the original wires, IF ceramic wire nuts were included with the replacement igniter (but, alas, they are not). IF a splice were made the repair would be a very easy, 10-minute job.

To replace the igniter then requires the complete removal of the back of the range (17, size 20 star-driver, screws, if I remember correctly), plus the removal of an additional heat shield (one more screw). Then one must carefully lift and free the back from tabs on both sides that are set into slots. (Oh, and you probably want to loosen the electrical cord shield that interferes with the back coming off.) The new igniter wire plug is only then very easily re-attached to existing harness. Everything is then replaced to finish the repair.

None of this is difficult, if you don't mind moving your range away from the wall and dealing with on the order of 20 screws. Personally, I think I would have rather found an igniter with ceramic wire nuts to splice to the original wires (certainly not as elegant as replacing igniter and wires entirely, but far quicker and easier).
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IGNITER
  • Jeffrey from Bloomington, MN
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Standoffs were not provided. The current standoffs needed to be remove and placed on the new board. (Not easy)
One the standoffs were removed they needed to be trimmed to attach to the new board. Took longer to do this than remove and replace board.
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CONTROL MODULE PROGRAMMED
  • Ruben from STAR, ID
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Socket set
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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.
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DISPLAY MODULE SHEET
  • Alan from COLUMBUS, NJ
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers
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