Bosch are well known for creating quality ovens that last for a long time. This doesn’t mean however that the oven will not require any maintenance during its lifespan including buying spare parts. Bosch spares are fortunately very easy to get hold of at very reasonable prices and range from everything from adjustable oven shelves to fan oven elements. The best businesses who are offering these more complex Bosch parts should be sure to supply some guidance with the part they are selling. This can ensure that all safety precautions are taken and that the replacement can be fitted as cheaply and economically as possible.
In the instance of the fan oven element, it is deceptively easy to replace. While the component is an integral part of the oven, it can be readily detached and reattached with relatively few steps to follow. As with all electrical appliance maintenance, workers should ensure that the oven is unplugged from the mains. Typically the fan element is the problem when the oven is on and the fans are working, yet the oven itself is failing to heat. This is not the definite diagnosis of the problem, but it is one of the leading causes. Simply removing the back panel where the fan is situated will give workers access to the fan element area. The element should be the circular tube that is around the fan and should be easy to unscrew. Disconnecting the wires from the element is straightforward as well, particularly since many ovens have convenient connectors that simply need to be pinched in order to release them. Installing the new element is merely then a case of re-attaching the wires, screws and the back panel.
The oven should then heat up with the new Bosch parts inside. If it does not heat up then, it may be necessary to inspect the Bosch spares or re-diagnose the problem.