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BOSCH 30" Double Wall Oven HBL86
30" Double Wall Oven HBL86
Item #: 02242373991
Kitchen
Appliances
Ranges or Ovens, Not Specified (281)
BSH HOME APPLIANCES CORPORATION    
Bosch
HBL8650UC/07
HBL8650UC/07
 
FD910900039 
SEARS OUTLET
Unspecified
9/1/2011
On August 29th 2019, after my 13 year old daughter finished Broiling some nachos, and turned off our Bosch Double oven. Before closing the door, she heard a pop, and notice a 3" high flame that was growing inside upper part of the oven, be hind the display screens. My 17 yer old daughter and I were in the Kitchen, and fortunately my 13 year old quick action, to run and get the fire extinguisher allowed us to stop the flames before they breach the confines of the oven electrical compartmetn. Had my daughter not noticed the small flame, and shut the oven door, all three of us would have left the kitchen leaving the oven unattended, where the fire would have quickly grown and penetrated the heat shielding and ignited the cabinetry. I called Bosch that day. they sent a tech to the home on 9/5/2019. He determined when diagnosed he found burned spots on leads for broil element & terminal block. Control module, 2 sets of harnesses & broil element were burned severely, need replacement. He state the issue was bad wiring.
8/29/2019
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Incident, No Injury
My Child
Female
13 years

Incident, No Injury
My Child
Female
17 years

Incident, No Injury
Self
Male
47 years
Yes
No
No
OVEN IS OFF, AN DPOWER IS OFF TO IT. MFG SAID THEY WOUDL REPLACE PARTS, FOR $500.
Yes
N/A
Comment from BSH HOME APPLIANCES CORPORATION 10/24/2019
BSH is currently in contact with the consumer to resolve this issue. Customers are encouraged to contact Bosch Customer Service to schedule a repair visit by calling 1-800-944-2904.
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IMG_0456.jpg BOSCH OVEN FRIED MOTHER BOARD
IMG_0446.jpg BOSCH OVEN AFTER FIRE
IMG_0455.jpg BOSCH OVEN FRIED MOTHER BOARD 2
IMG_0454.jpg BOSCH OVEN FRIED MOTHER BOARD 3

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