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I have a bosch duel fuel slide in oven model# HDI7282u/03 when u set the bake temp. at 350 the oven will reach 345 then stabilize and decend to around 335 never reaching desired temp. and display fails to change from preheat to baking status.  Also does the same set at 400, it will reach 390 than fail to hit 400 and switch from preheat to baking. my first try was the board but did not cure problem then i replaced the temp. probe which checked good but figured id give it a try.  still continue to have the issue.  Has anyone had this issue and how did u solve it or any suggestions would be greatly appreciated this one really has me stumped.  I have tried contacting bosch but the won't talk as i am not an authorized bosch servicer.

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Did you check the probe wire from harness to board? Ohm your bake element as well.

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yes, i took my initial readings at connector and temp stays dead on according to my digital thermomitor

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Continuity check on your bake element? I'm not as concerned about temp readings from a digital thermometer as I am the failure to switch out of preheat mode.

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yes, bake and broil both working unit has a hidden bake element, did check to outer casing for possible short or bleed but no continunity, had to assume it was ok. it will exceed 350 if set to a higher temp. then if u dial back to 350 it will maintain.  one thing to note is a small flicker in display board so i also monitored line voltage which was normal stayed about 245 and checked all line connections, i also replaced display board.  i hate being a parts changed but am at a loss on this.

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Moved to Kitchen forum, check also continuity of convection element (rear centre) as often the unit will cycle on that element most of the time after preheat is attained (ie 80% of set point)

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thanks for the tip will check and get back with results

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Moved to Kitchen forum, check also continuity of convection element (rear centre) as often the unit will cycle on that element most of the time after preheat is attained (ie 80% of set point)

That's some good info there,  even if you did spell "center"  wrong.  Rofl eh.gif

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Either spelling is correct here in Bilingual Canada

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Either spelling is correct here in Bilingual Canada

 

Sorry. Lol.. I thought you would know by the "eh" smiley that I knew it was a Canadian form and was really making fun of and parodying a typical ethnocentric American. And I spent all that time going to Canadian sites to find that smiley. The only other ones were either too obscure of a reference or too obvious (like a smiley waving a Canadian flag)

 

As punishment I will begin taking some sensitivity classes beginning with:

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Haha, yes that is very funny, didn't even pay any attention to it until now, looked at it without seeing it

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Haha, yes that is very funny, didn't even pay any attention to it until now, looked at it without seeing it

 

 After watching that video on my home theatre,  I now know I was chirping ya, eh? ....See I aint no plug anymore, since I can speak a little Canuck now.

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Sorry for the delay getting back but you were right the convection element was my problem. Feel dumb a simple element gave me such a headache but not real familiar with many bosch products, just starting to see an increase of them in my area.  Thanks again for your help!

 

Convection element part link ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Convection-Element/436632/1050659?modelNumber=HDI7282U%2F03

 

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