• Bosch US
 

30" Gas Freestanding Range
300 Series - Black
HGS3063UC


Price $ 899.00

 
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  • Product features

      • Key Features
      • Five Burner Gas Ranges - Offers the Maximum Burner Performance and Ultimate Cooking Flexibility.
      • PowerBoil - Quick Heating with Powerful 16,000 BTU
        • Design
        • Design Fits to Bosch Family Look.
        • Recommended Companion to Ascenta Dishwasher, or other Bosch 300 Series Products.
        • Available in Black, White and Stainless Steel
          • Performance
          • PowerBoil - Quick Heating with Powerful 16,000 BTU
          • 500 BTU Simmer Burner -Easily Heat Delicate Sauces without Scorching or Burning.
          • Five Burner Gas Ranges - Offers the Maximum Burner Performance and Ultimate Cooking Flexibility.
            • Convenience
            • Two Racks and Six Different Rack Positions Ajust for All Cooking Needs.
            • Continuous Grates - Effortlessly Move Pots and Pans. Easy to Clean
            • Sealed Burners - Provide Excellent Cleanability in Case of Spill Overs.
            • Self Clean Cycle Saves Time. Quickly and Easily Cleans your Oven.
            • Wide View Oven Window - Extra large Window Provides Easy Viewing of Your Food.
            • True Hidden Bake Element
              • Capacity
              • Large Cavity with 5.0 cu ft. Easily Accomodates Large Dishes and Offers Multiple Rack Cooking.
              • Specifications

                General Properties  
                Cooking method primary cavity Half width variable grill, Selfcleaning pyrolitic, Top/bottom heat
                Cleaning system - primary cavity Self Clean
                Drawer Type Yes
                Clock function delay start, On/off
                Display 7-segment, red
                Safety device Thermostat
                Timer No
                Number of Single grates 0
                Number of Double grates 3
                Type of grate Cast iron
                Knob Material Plastic
                Included accessories 2 x grid
                Power cord length (in) 46''
                Oven Performance  
                Bake Element Wattages primary cavity (W) 5,270 W
                Burner/Element Performance  
                Total number of cooktop burners 5
                Total BTU load 70,000 BTU
                Location of 1st heating element front left
                Power of 1st burner (BTU) 9,500 BTU
                Power of 1st heating element (kW) 2.78 kW
                Location of 2nd heating element back left
                Power of 2nd burner (BTU) 12,000 BTU
                Power of 2nd heating element (kW) 3.52 kW
                Location of 3rd heating element middle back
                Power of 3rd burner (BTU) 9,500 BTU
                Power of 3rd heating element (kW) 2.78 kW
                Location of 4th heating element back right
                Power of 4th burner (BTU) 5,000 BTU
                Power of 4th heating element (kW) 1.46 kW
                Location of 5th heating element front right
                Power of 5th burner (BTU) 16,000 BTU
                Power of 5th heating element (kW) 4.1 kW
                Sealed Burners Yes
                Certifications  
                Approval certificates CSA, UL
                Installation Requirements  
                Watts (W) 1,800 W
                Current (A) 15 A
                Volts (V) 120 V
                Frequency (Hz) 60 Hz
                Plug type 120V-3 prong
                Energy source Gas
                Gas type Natural gas 15 mbar (USA)
                Alternative gas type Liquid gas 27,5 mbar (USA)
                Dimensions & Weight  
                Overall appliance dimensions (HxWxD) (in) 47 3/4'' x 29 7/8'' x 25 3/4''
                Required cutout size (HxWxD) (in) 30'' width slide-in
                Product packaging dimensions (HxWxD) (in) 50'' x 32'' x 29 1/2''
                Variable cooker height (in) 3/4''
                Net weight (lbs) 204 lbs
                Gross weight (lbs) 225 lbs
                 
                • How to get a new Use & Care Guide for an appliance.

                  Enter your appliance’s Model Number (E-Nr) in our Owner Manuals section to download your Use & Care Guide. 

                  Call Bosch Customer Support at 1-800-944-2904


                  How to find your Model Number (E-Nr)

                  Please click here to locate the data tag on your appliance. The data tag contains your Model Number (E-Nr).


                   
                • Cleaning & care instructions for your gas range’s exterior.

                  We recommend wiping away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and difficult to remove. View our How-to-Videos on the Bosch YouTube Channel to learn how to care for your gas cooktop and how to clean stainless steel.

                  Warning: Do not use any cleaning agent while the surface is hot. The resulting fumes may be hazardous to your health and may result in death or injury.

                  The gas range can be safely cleaned when it is cooled down by wiping with a soapy sponge, rinsing and then drying.

                  To clean stubborn messes: Remove all pots, pans and utensils and turn off the cooktop. Remove grates once they have cooled down. Grates are heavy so use care when handling them. Use a mild cleaning agent with a clean, soft cloth, rinse and then dry.

                  To clean glass surfaces: Wash with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry or use glass cleaner.

                  To clean porcelain surfaces: Immediately wipe up acid spills like fruit juice, milk and tomatoes with a dry cloth. Do not use a moistened sponge or cloth on hot porcelain. When the oven is cool, clean it with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. It is normal for porcelain to show fine lines with age due to exposure to heat and food.

                  To clean painted surfaces: Wash with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. Do not use powder cleaning agents, steel wool pads, oven cleaners and other abrasive cleaning materials.

                  To clean stainless steel: Clean stainless steel areas by using mild, soapy water with a soft cloth. Wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain when washing and drying. Rinse with water and wipe dry to avoid water marks. Do not use cleaning agents that are abrasive or contain chlorine since both are corrosive to stainless steel. For added shine, apply stainless steel conditioner and wipe off excess with a soft cloth. Do not apply stainless steel conditioners or cleaners to control labels or markings. Warning: Some stainless steel cleaners are known to have negative effects on materials other than stainless steel. Make sure to apply stainless steel cleaners to stainless steel components only! The Bosch stainless steel conditioner is available for purchase in the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store (part number 00576696).    

                  To clean burner bases: Remove all pots, pans and utensils and turn off the cooktop. Remove grates once they have cooled down. Grates are heavy so use care when handling them. Use a mild cleaning agent and hot water with a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. A stiff nylon tooth brush may be used to clean port openings. When cleaning, do not scratch or gouge the port openings and do not utilize a toothpick.

                  Cleaning and care instructions for your gas range’s interior.

                  See the gas range’s Use & Care Guide for instructions on how to activate the oven’s self-cleaning process. Wipe away spills, pools of oil, and excessive debris before activating the self-cleaning process. Not doing so can cause smoke and possibly a fire. Do not clean oven parts or accessories in the self-cleaning oven. The light in the oven cannot be turned on during the self-cleaning process. The special heat-resistant enamel and the polished components in the oven can become discolored over time. This is normal and does not affect operation. Do not use scouring pads, abrasive cleaners and commercial oven cleaners (such as EasyOff®). These items may damage the oven. Remove all accessories, racks and broiling pans before activating the self-cleaning process.

                  To clean the flat rack: Wash with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. Do not clean the rack in the self-cleaning oven. If flat racks are cleaned in the oven during the self-cleaning mode, they will lose their shiny finish and may not glide smoothly. If this happens wipe the rack edges with a small amount of vegetable oil, then wipe it off.

                  To clean telescopic racks: Wash with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. Avoid getting cleansing powder or residue in the telescopic slides. Relubricate the telescopic slides as needed by using high-temperature food-grade lubricants. Do not clean the rack in the oven during self-cleaning mode.

                  To clean the broiling pan and grid: Wash with hot, soapy water and a soft cloth, rinse and then dry. Do not clean the broiling pan and grid in the oven during self-cleaning mode.

                  To clean the fiberglass gasket: Do not clean the fiberglass gasket.

                   
                • Burner keeps making a clicking sound.

                  The burner caps may have been moved. Make sure the burner caps are properly positioned.

                  The burner ports may be wet or clogged with food particles. Make sure the burner port is dry. Clear clogged burner ports with a wire or straightened paper clip.

                  Igniters may be damp. Dry the igniters with a dry cotton swab. Remove any lint that remains after drying.

                  The gas shut-off valve may be off. Check to make sure it is on and that the gas supply to the building is not off.


                  Burner flame goes out unexpectedly.

                  Make sure there is no draft in the room.

                  Liquid may have boiled over onto the cooking surface and burner caps. Use a soft cloth to wipe away any spills.

                  The burner cap may have been moved. Check and reposition the burner cap into its proper position.

                  The burner ports may be wet or clogged with food particles. Make sure the burner port is dry. Clear clogged burner ports with a wire or straightened paper clip.

                  If your gas cooktop was converted to LP gas, please check the regulator or low flame adjustment to ensure they are correct.

                  Igniters spark even though knobs are in the off position.

                  When an electrical power connection has been activated at the first power up or reconnected after an outage, the igniters may spark once or twice even though all burner knobs are in the off position.

                  This may be caused by the presence of water due to cleaning the cooking surface with excess water or water boiling over onto the cooking surface and entering the appliance. This problem will cure itself once the cooking surface dries out. If the problem persists after several days, please schedule a service visit.

                  The igniter box may have failed - please schedule a service visit.


                  Ignition spark operates continuously.

                  The knobs may be in the “Lighting/Spark” position. Turn the knobs to the “Off” position.

                  Make sure there is no draft in the room. Select models have a re-ignition function, which is part of the flame recognition feature. The re-ignition function will attempt to reignite a flame which has been blown out or disturbed.

                  This may be caused by the presence of water due to cleaning the cooking surface with excess water or water boiling over onto the cooking surface and entering the appliance. This problem will cure itself once the cooking surface dries out. If the problem persists after several days, please schedule a service visit.

                  If you have tried all of the above and the problem continues, you will need an authorized service technician to dismantle the appliance and repair it. You should never attempt to dismantle a gas appliance unless you are officially qualified to do so. Please schedule a service visit. 

                   


                  It is hard to ignite the gas rings – burners are not igniting or there is a constant clicking sound.

                  The burner cap that covers the igniter may have become slightly displaced, thus making it difficult to ignite the gas rings. Check that all burner caps are properly placed.

                  The igniter ports may be dirty. Carefully wipe the igniter with a cotton swab dampened with water after the igniter has cooled down. Gently scrape soil off with a toothpick. Avoid exposing the igniters to excessive water as a damp igniter may not light up. Remove any lint that may remain after cleaning.

                  Ignition will be quicker if a cooking pan is in place on the grate. Ignite the gas at full and once alight, turn down to around 50%. It should lock on within 6 seconds.

                  The main gas supply may not be turned on. Check to ensure that it is turned on.

                  Does the burner click when the burner knob is in the “on” position? If yes, you may have a wiring issue at the outlet that the appliance is connected to. Turn off the main gas supply and contact a qualified electrician to fix this.

                  Does the burner click when the burner knob is in the “off” position? If yes, check for the following:

                  • Burner caps are properly placed and the igniter is not wet or dirty.
                  • Check to see if the regulator supplied with the unit is installed properly. The arrow on the regulator should be pointing to the appliance. Please call a professional installer or schedule a service visit if the regulator has not been installed properly.


                  Routine maintenance for your gas range.

                  We recommend cleaning the oven exterior and interior when it becomes unsightly. Wipe away spills on a timely basis so that spills do not become hardened and difficult to remove. Be sure to wipe away pools of oil and excessive soil/debris in the oven before activating the oven’s self-cleaning feature. Not doing so can cause smoke and possibly a fire.

                  View our How-to-Videos on the Bosch YouTube Channel to learn how to care for your gas cooktop and how to clean stainless steel.

                  Bosch stainless steel conditioner is available for purchase in the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store (part number 00576696).

                  Please also refer to the GAS RANGES – CLEANING & CARE SECTION for additional information.


                  Flames are too high or are uneven.

                  The burner caps may not be installed properly or may have been moved. Make sure the burner caps are properly positioned.

                  The regulator supplied with the unit may not be installed. Please ask your professional installer to install it or schedule a service visit.


                  A gas smell is coming from my cooktop.

                  The burner knobs may not be completely turned off. Turn the knobs to the “off” position. If the smell does not go away after doing this, turn the main gas supply off and schedule a service visit.

                  Does the smell disappear when the burner is lit? It is normal to smell gas for up to four seconds after igniting the burner. The smell will go away after the burner is lit. If the smell does not go away when the burner is lit, turn the main gas supply off and schedule a service visit.


                  How to self-clean an oven.

                  All models have slightly different instructions. Please refer to your Use & Care Guide to learn how to self-clean your oven.


                  Can I use oven cleaner in my self-cleaning oven?

                  No, we do not recommend using chemical cleaners in self-cleaning ovens. The porcelain surface is smooth and chemical cleaners may cause surface damage.


                  Oven is not self-cleaning properly.

                  Allow the oven to cool before running the self-clean feature. Always wipe away loose soils/debris or heavy spills before running self-clean. Set the oven for the maximum self-clean time if the oven is badly soiled.


                  Should I leave the oven door open while broiling?

                  No, this is not necessary. All modern ovens require that the oven door be closed while broiling. This reduces the amount of heat in the kitchen.


                  Oven light doesn’t turn off.

                  Check for any obstructions in and around the oven door.

                  Check to see if the hinge is bent.


                  Oven light is not working properly.

                  Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective. Use gloves or a small wash cloth when handling the light bulb because touching it with your fingers may deposit oils on it and thus cause it to burn out prematurely.

                  The bulb may have burned out. Buy a replacement bulb.

                  View our How-to-Videos on the Bosch YouTube Channel to learn how to change a light bulb in your oven.


                  Do I need to install the anti-tip bracket?

                  Yes, absolutely. You may be held legally responsible if the anti-tip bracket is not installed and any damage or injury occurs due to it not being installed.


                  Warm air or steam is coming out of the oven vent.

                  This is normal. Do not block the vent.


                  My baked goods are not coming out as intended. They are overdone or underdone.

                  This may be due to an error in the baking technique (human error) or the oven may not be performing optimally. Performing the Biscuit/Cookie Bake Test will let you know if the cause is human error or oven error. 

                   

                  Biscuit/Cookie Bake Test:

                  Purchase Pillsbury Grands Biscuits or Pillsbury Sugar Cookies. They are “unbaked” and can be found in the refrigerated section of most grocery stores. We will bake these in the oven.

                  Use a shiny, aluminum cookie sheet that is 12 x 15” or larger.

                  Follow package instructions for laying the biscuits/cookies out on the cookie sheet. Failure to follow recommended package spacing will negatively affect bake results.  

                  Do not put the cookie sheets into the oven until PREHEAT is finished.

                  If baking one cookie sheet, place it on rack 3. If baking two cookie sheets at once, place them on racks 2 and 4.

                  Follow package instructions for baking time.

                  Do not open the oven door once the biscuits/cookies have been put into the oven. Use the oven light and window to view the biscuits/cookies if you wish.

                  At the minimum baking time listed on the package, check the baking results through the window. If the biscuits/cookies are not baked to satisfaction, check them every minute and allow them to bake more until fully baked or until the maximum baking time listed on the package has been reached, whichever happens first.

                  If the biscuits/cookies turn out well during the baking times noted on the package – this means the oven is performing properly and does not need a service visit.

                  If the biscuits/cookies turn out overdone or underdone during the baking times noted on the package – this means the oven needs to be checked by an authorized Bosch servicer. Please schedule a service visit.


                   
                • How to buy accessories & parts

                  To buy accessories & cleaning products:

                  - Go to the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store

                  - Search for accessories & cleaning products by appliance category

                   

                  To buy parts:

                  - Go to the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store

                  - Search by appliance category. Click on PARTS SEARCH.

                  - Enter your appliance’s Model Number (E-Nr) and click on START SEARCH.

                  - You can find parts in two ways:

                            - View the line diagrams and click on the part you need

                            - View the chart below the diagram


                  How to find your Model Number (E-Nr)

                  Please click here to locate the data tag on your appliance. The data tag contains your Model Number (E-Nr).

                   

                   


                   
               
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