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102
Foot - Right
 $7.97
Part Number: SP0002646
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103
Fan Assy
 
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Part Number: BOV800XL103
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104
Fan Motor Assembly
 $19.37
Part Number: SP0010500
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106
Fan Cover
 
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Part Number: SP0010501
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113
Stainless Steel Top Housing
 
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Part Number: BOV800XL/113
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119
Foot - Left
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120
Pizza Tray Round
 
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123
Square Baking Pan
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124
Broiling Pan - Square
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125
Wire Rack
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Part Number: SP0002651
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Note: Dimensions: 14
127
Upper Door Stopper
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Part Number: SP0010502
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133
Door Assembly
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Part Number: SP0010503
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133.1
Door Spring
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Part Number: SP0010504
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144
Crumb Tray Assembly
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Part Number: SP0002652
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146
Temp/Time Control Knob
 
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147
Function Control Knob
 
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Part Number: BOV800XL/147
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170
Control PCB Assembly
 
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Part Number: BOV800XL/170
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170N
Control Pcb Assembly - 7-Pin
 
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170A
Control Pcb Assembly - Cst Type 9-pin
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174
Sensor Assembly
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Part Number: SP0010508
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184
Power Pcb Assembly - Cst Type 9 Pin
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Part Number: SP0010510
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184A
Power Pcb Assembly - Cst Type 9 Pin
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193
Trans
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Part Number: SP0010511
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195A
Thermal Fuse Assembly
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197
Top Front and Rear Heating Element
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Part Number: SP0010513
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198
Top Mid Heating Element Assembly
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Part Number: SP0010514
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200
Bottom Element Assembly
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Part Number: SP0010515
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209
Rubber Foot Insert
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Part Number: SP0010717
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210
Instruction Book
 
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210A
Instruction Book
 
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Part Number: BOV800XL/210A
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Question: Top/Side Panel Removal (Part 2)

JimD

(Continued from adjacent post)

8. At this point, the top/side cover is attached to the front of the unit only by spring clips formed inside the front of the top/side cover, so pull back on the top side cover. It may help if you start with the left side of the unit (the side without the controls).
9. The top/side cover will slide back with the control/display section attached.
10. You now have full access to both the Pcb assembly and the fan. Knock yourself out and replace whatever you want.
11. To simplify the swap, consider detaching the two connectors attached to the Pcb assembly from the control section and putting the top/side cover with attached control section in a convenient place.
12. You will note that the line and neutral wires are attached to the Pcb assembly with regular pull-off spade connectors, but the other spade connectors have a central locking tab on them. The latter are easily removed by using a thin pick to pull up on the locking tab in the center of the flat side of the connector or by pushing in the locking tab in the center of the curled side of the connector. Label the wires as suggested by others.
13. Unscrew the Pcb assembly (or fan, if that is what you are replacing) and swap the wires accordingly.
14. During reassembly, make sure to line up the spring clips on the inside front of the top/side cover with the lips on the frame, and push the top/side cover forward so that there is no space on the top and left sides of the unit. The spring clips are thin, so you can easily slide one or more of the spring clips over the outside of the frame (as I did at first). Put a few screws in to hold the top/side cover in place on the frame.
15. Early on, I put the "secret screw" back into the bottom to keep the top/side cover in place. However, it can be a nuisance to get back in. When I tried magnetizing it (by applying a magnet to the screwdriver), the screw kept wanting to stick to the metal of the access hole. I solved the problem by putting some silicone grease on the screw head to keep it stuck the screwdriver as I put the screw through the access hole and into the screw hole.
16. I also recommend putting the back cover in place early on and installing the two screws into the dimpled areas in the upper back cover because those can be tough to align with the screw holes if you try it later.

Good luck!
Question: Top/Side Panel Removal (Part 1)

JimD

This not a question, but a sharing of information.

I replaced the Pcb assembly on my Breville BOV800XL. Before doing so, I checked the repair stories for how to remove the top/side cover of the unit, but none of the suggested procedures worked. For example, even after taking off all the back screws and the feet, the cover did no just slide back as one poster said. As for removing the black screws in the front inside of the unit (looking inside from the back), mine has five black screws, but one was inaccessible. Then I discovered something that I had not seen in any post, and it made the cover removal downright trivial, at least in my unit. So here's my procedure, FWIW.

For my unit, I did the following:

1. Rest oven door-side down.
2. Remove the four screws from the top row on the back, the six screws from the bottom row on the back, the three screws on each side on the back, and the two screws in the recessed dimples in the upper back.
3. Turn the unit over so that the bottom faces upward.
4. Next to the front left foot, there is a screw access hole. Remove the screw that you see through the access hole. This is the step that seems to be omitted from the other instructions I reviewed, and it is critical because it is the ONLY screw that really fastens the front of the cover to the frame - NOT the black screws visible from the opened back of the unit as others have suggested (at least in my unit). Those black screws attach the control/display section to the top/side cover. As discussed below, that section will remain attached to the top/side cover when you remove the top/side cover.
5. Remove the six screws from each foot assembly, and remove the feet.
6. Remove the four screws that were hidden by the feet.
7. Remove the back cover. Note how the top/side cover overlaps the top edge of the back cover, but the back cover overlaps the rest of the top/side cover everywhere else.

(Continued in adjacent post)
Clarification: The "front left foot" is actually the front right foot (beneath the controls) when viewed from the outside facing the front of the unit.
Question: BOV845-smart Oven Doesn't Work

Rana

I did spray in the oven with an oven cleaner yesterday overnight. This morning after cleaning inside of the oven I plugged in and nothing, completely dead...what is the problem? İs it possible to fix it?
I have just realized that the problem is the outlet ....
Question: Breville BOV800XL Display

Adelle

My oven works fine, but the backlight on the display has gone out. The info on the screen is still readable, just not illuminated. What Part do I need to fix this issue?
Question: Heater Element Breville BOV800XL

leolsantos

I am trying to replace both top and bottom heating elements and am stuck in a part:
there are four sockets (I don't know the actual name of the part) in the main board that connects to the cables that comes with both heating elements.
They are marked as H_L, HL, H_T and HT.
I've cut the wires to replace the heating elements and I don't know anymore which one belongs to each cable.
There are four cables hanging, considering the oven door as front:
Top front, top back, bottom front and bottom back.
Does anyone knows which cable should be connected to each socket?
Question: Breville Smart Oven Will Not Hea...

Yoni

My Breville Smart Oven stopped heating. The convection fan will not start either. The LCD lights up and the unit is powered on, it simply will not heat at all. What should I do?
[QUOTE=Yoni;112881]My Breville Smart Oven stopped heating. The convection fan will not start either. The LCD lights up and the unit is powered on, it simply will not heat at all. What should I do?"

My oven just did the same thing and deciding what to do too.
Question: Toaster Function

SeaJay

Upper front & rear heating elements do not work on toast function. lower elements do work normally. Upper center element does work on the broil function. Simce both upper elements are out which is likely at issue --- the control or both elements going together?
Question: Took Apart A Dead BOV800XL

egp002

The main cover (top and sides) is attached to the display unit ON THE INSIDE with 4 screws which you cannot access even if you take the back off. But the top cover cannot be pushed to the front because it has bends at the rear and tabs that run along the bottom edge just above the side plastic of the feet. The only way to take this apart is to remove all the screws in the back and remove 1 screw at the bottom under the access hole near the front right and the peel the cover starting from the left side of the unit and rotate the cover clockwise(left, top, right) thereby bending the cover. ARE YOU KIDDING? Love to see the manufacturing line! Spring is on the left side, electrical on the right. GOOD LUCK!
Also I forgot that you need to unscrew the feet at the bottom as well
Question: R&r Door Spring On Breville ...

medardo

Need tips on how to remove and replace door spring.
Thank you
See comment above
Question: Ran The Unit On 220V

1514497

Hello, I ran my Unit on 220 Volts. What are the parts that I need to change?
WJA
Hello 1514497,

Without inspecting most of the internal electronic parts. It would be difficult to say what may have been affected by the 220 Volts.
I would suggest That you take your Breville BOV800XL Smart Oven to the nearest Breville Authorized Service Center and have them look at it for you.

-WJA
Question: Transformer Output Question

mikebw22

Would someone know what the output AC voltage is of the transformer. Part A-193.
Input voltage is 110V AC.
My output voltage reading is 12.5V AC. Not sure if that is what it is supposed to be.
Question: Broiler Not Staying On, Relay Ke...

mikebw22

All other functions work fine except broiler. I did replace the upper center heating element because of bad resistance readings. Bought oven Dec. 2012. Any other thoughts.
Question: Breville BOV800XL - On/Off Butto...

vit

Pressing On/Off button produces a beep but often nothing else. It does work eventually after many tries but frequently it would just switch between C and F as well as turning convection fan on and off. This is a big deal as it could leave my oven running. Any suggestions?
Ours does the same. Ever find a fix?
HELP! mine does the same thing. Pushing the on - off button gives me changes to the C /F, convection, Frozen, etc. BUT DOES not turn ON. What can be done?
Mine does the same thing... you have to push the start button a dozen times or more for it to finally come on!!!
Question: Breville Toaster Oven

crazybell

My Breville Toaster Oven BOV800XL is sparking from the side of the machine. Can anyone tell me what is wrong with this machine or what part might need replacing? Thanks.
Question: LCD Screen And Oven Stopped Work...

jkeckert

The LCD screen went blank in the middle of baking some fish. There was no error message on the screen. Everything went blank and stopped functioning. Could it be the thermal fuse?
When you unplug it and plug it back in it should at least make a clicking sound and beep. If it doesn't you very well could be looking at a thermal fuse. If it does respond when you plug it in and the display still does not come on then you could be looking at a new Control Board #BOV800XL/170A.

Good luck!
Question: BOV800XL/184A

edrane26

Good night.
I need to buy a power pcb assembly for my oven , but i 've anothe reference for the electronic card:
BOV 800(IEC) POWER PCB-BO800-354-E
I've a picture of the card.
is it compatible with BOV800XL/184A ?

Regards .

Eric.
My Power PCB has BOV 800(IEC) POWER PCB-BO800-354-E printed on it. The ereplacementparts part number is BOV800XL/184A
My Power PCB has BOV 800(IEC) POWER PCB-BO800-354-E printed on it. The ereplacementparts part number is BOV800XL/184A
why are you having to replace it what is it doing My oven after no use wont do anything but broil then affter it gets hot it starts working
Question: Breville BOV800XL Part 184

dinnwitt

My BOV800XL power PCB failed. However, it does not have the 9 pin connector shown in your picture. Instead it has individual round ceramic connectors for each of the power leads. The one above the transformer has failed. Do you have this board, or doe the new one come with retrofit instructions
WJA
Hello dinnwitt,

The PCB assembly you need is no longer available. You might be able to use the new style PCB, but you will also need a new display board also. You may want to contact Breville and ask them if that would work. Because the wiring will be different. You can contact them @ 866-273-8455 and ask them if that might work. If it would,then ask them for the location of the nearest Breville service center to you.

-WJA
Question: Transformer - ( BOV800XL/193 )

jurane

is this 110V only or can be rewired for 220V?
WJA
Hello jurane,

The Breville BOV800XL Smart Oven is a 110 volt unit only and cannot be wired to run 220 volts. If run on 220 volts it would burn up all the other electrical components of the oven.

-WJA
Question: Trans - ( BOV800XL/193 )

1147112

is this for 110V only or it can be rewired for 220V?
WJA
Hello 1147112,

The Breville BOV800XL Smart Oven is a 110 volt unit only and cannot be wired to run 220 volts. If run on 220 volts it would burn up all the other electrical components of the oven.

-WJA
Question: Disassembly Of Breville BOV800XL

Rgpit

Is there a recommended procedure to disassemble a Breville BOV800XL oven? I need to replace the thermal fuse.
There is not a recommended way... Look for any screws on the outer housing including the feet. Take your time. They can be a pain!
Question: BOV800XL Dead

1133701

Oven completely dead. AC outlet is fine. I think it is the fuse assembly. Any recommendations?
Question: Breville Smart Oven

bek15212

Does the complete door assembly BOV800XL/133 come with the spring?
WJA
Hello bek15212,

I checked our stock of the Breville BOV800XL/133 door assembly. It does not include the spring. I talked to one of the techs that services our small appliances, and he said that he has never seen the spring available as a replacement part. You may want to contact the manufacture and ask them about that.

-WJA
earth magnets work fine to keep the door in the closed position and when broiling can be used to create a seam to allow excessive heat and smoke release from the oven compartment - possibly not the greatest solution, but requires no tools or parts ordering - BTW I've had the Breville for years and I think it is excellent!!!
Question: Breville Bov800xl

1128407

Will this work with the new control panel?
Question: No Heat

1107513

Oven goes on but no heat
WJA
Hello 1107513,

The problem could be the heating elements or the control board. You might want to take it to a Breville Service Center and have them check it for you.

-WJA
Question: Lower Heating Element Tube

1066170

I broke the lower lower front heating element tube (dripped cheese and then pulled crumb drawer out breaking tube). Can I purchase a replacement tube or lower front heating element?
WJA
Hello 1066170,

Some of the parts the manufacture will sell to the end user. On other parts as the part you speak of. You will need to take your unit into an authorized Breville Service Center to have them replace the item you need.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
You can order the upper element , the glass tube is the same size and length as the lower elements, you have to un crimp the elements to replace the lower wattage upper element with the lower one, a sharp knife will pry the crimps then crimp them back with vice grips for the best connection, only option because lower elements are not offered but the glass tubes interchange, it takes a little work but is possible to do with patience.
Question: Door Spring Breville BOV800XL

1085910

I need to buy replacement door spring for Breville BOV800XL. The spring just broke during regular use.
WJA
Hello 1085910,

The manufacture does not supply the spring only. The complete door assembly part number. BOV800XL/133 would have to be ordered.
The door can be replaced with not too much difficulty. The outer shell of the oven must come off then everything is in plain sight. There are no door component parts available just the complete door. We have one in stock on the web site.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Does the complete door assembly BOV800XL/133 come with the spring?
The replacement spring is not available from Breville (as of Jan., 2015, they stopped providing door springs to other parts distributors so they could charge customers $119 for a service agreement). You don't have to buy the entire door.. you just need to find a tension spring 3/8" diameter by 6" long. I'm still looking for one, if anyone has ideas of where to purchase online. For step-by-step instructions of how to install, see link removed (search for Breville toaster oven)
Question: Instalation

steve57

Does anyone know how difficult this part is to install?
Question: Sensor

DKC

what is function of sensor assembly?
While troubleshooting a no heating issue on my BOV800XL I accidentally generated an E01 error when I unplugged the cable on the sensor assembly that runs to the display board. Based on that my thoughts would be the sensor sends the oven temperature to chip on the control board.
Faulty sensor would go open circuit after oven heated up causing oven to shut down prematurely with E01 error code. A good sensor is about 130Kohm at room temperature and lowers impedance as oven heats up. New sensor installed, all working perfectly now.
Question: Breville Smart Oven Door

markor00

the door recently lost its spring and just falls down when open.
It’s older than the one year warranty.
Can this be repaired?
Did you learn of a fix for the door problem?
The door can be replaced with not too much difficulty. The outer shell of the oven must come off then everything is in plain sight. There are no door component parts available just the complete door. We have one in stock on the web site.

Gordyd
Just repaired this yesterday.

Got a spring from Lowes (Hillman Part # 543028 for about $4), it's larger than the original but seems much sturdier, original is really thin metal. Fit the space provided without problem.

Oddly, end result was a more 'giving' spring action, prefer it to original, which loved to snap shut unless door was 100% opened (ie fully 90 degree open).

This is for BOV800XL:
1. Remove all rear screws
2. Remove feet entirely
3. Slide off rear panel
4. I was not able to remove top housing - but I was able to gently pry sides open just enough to thread the new spring with a little ingenuity and effort. Watch out for sharp metal edges everywhere.
5. Slide back in (remember that top edge goes under the top edge/lip)
6. Put all screws back in
7. Re-attach feet

Good luck!
Thank you for this procedure. I followed it and repaired my broken door by replacing the spring. I ordered the spring you recommended and it was a little longer than I wanted, so the door did not spring back with as much tension as I wanted, so I took some needle nose pliers and shortened the hook by about an inch, and the door had just the right amount of tension. Just like you I was unable to get the frame off completely, but I was able to reach in on the side with the spring and hook it in the right place. At first I couldn't see where the other end of the spring was supposed to go, but then I noticed a hole on the frame (looks almost like a screw hole but nothing lines up with it for a screw, which is how I knew it was the one to use for the spring hook).

There are a lot screws, but they are all of uniform size so it's just a matter of putting them back in and tightening them up. I see what you mean about the top edge going under the little lip -- thanks for pointing that out.

This spring seems like a mighty frail part for a fairly expensive oven, especially since it is used every time the door opens and closes. I estimate mine broke after 2000 uses over a couple of years, which is not very sturdy. But it's satisfying to get it back up and running, thanks to your post!

[QUOTE=bkfixit;82201]Just repaired this yesterday.

Got a spring from Lowes (Hillman Part # 543028 for about $4), it's larger than the original but seems much sturdier, original is really thin metal. Fit the space provided without problem.

Oddly, end result was a more 'giving' spring action, prefer it to original, which loved to snap shut unless door was 100% opened (ie fully 90 degree open).

This is for BOV800XL:
1. Remove all rear screws
2. Remove feet entirely
3. Slide off rear panel
4. I was not able to remove top housing - but I was able to gently pry sides open just enough to thread the new spring with a little ingenuity and effort. Watch out for sharp metal edges everywhere.
5. Slide back in (remember that top edge goes under the top edge/lip)
6. Put all screws back in
7. Re-attach feet

Good luck!"
Just repaired the door spring yesterday after ours broke after 5 years of use.

Posters above pretty much nailed the whole process. All I'd add is buy a spring at least 6 inches long. One end of the spring goes in the clip attached to the door and the other end goes in a hole on the back wall. Look hard and you will find it.
See posting above… you can replace the door spring with little difficulty (see fixya website). Problem I'm having is finding a generic tension spring 3/8' diameter x 6" long since Breville no longer provides this part to distributors or customers (they want you to buy their $119 service agreement)
9-3-15
An update to the post below that says they got a door spring from Lowe's. Lowe's and Home Depot no longer carry replacement parts for small appliances (haven't in years…not sure how old the post is).
I used this part, which I bought from Lowe's: Hillman spring, HPM#: 07828. 7/16" x 2 1/8" x .047"
Question: Light Not Working

Susan

The display light on my Breville oven stopped working. I went to the trouble shooting guide and tried to activate the oven out of standby mode, but this did not work. I have owned the oven about a year, and I love it. Is there a part I could order so my husband could repair this?
Question: Lower Element

Kerri Riley

The lower element is glowing, but no longer putting out enough heat to toast. What part do I need?
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