Bosch Threaded Glass Oven Lamp Lens (63mm) & Auxillary Tool

Stock Number: ES1099279

Manufactured by Bosch

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Threaded Glass Oven Lamp Lens (63mm) & Auxillary Tool

Has your oven lamp's cover been cracked or otherwise damaged? This genuine replacement from Bosch comes with a clever auxillary tool to help remove your old lamp cover - So with the help of eSpares, its an easy repair to get your cooker back in shape. The light will be able to shine in your oven again before you know it!


  • Glass
  • Diameter: 63mm
  • Includes: Removal tool
  • Put on the Auxillary tool and turn Anti-Clockwise to loose - turn Clockwise to tighten

Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Bosch, Neff and Siemens cookers.

Please check the suitable model fit list and the diameter of the lens stated in the specification above, to ensure that this is the correct part for your appliance.

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    By - Cheshire

    Despite my Neff oven not being recognised by your computer the lens was the correct one and the fitting tool made the job much easier - not that it was a very difficult one anyway. Having said all that, I was very pleased with the promptness of your service.
  • Espares to the rescue

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    By - Southampton

    When the bulb went in my Bosch oven, my first port of call was Espares as they make it easy to identify the correct part and give instructions or short videos on how to fit. I decided to order a new lens and removal tool as well as the bulb, in case the old one broke when removing. It took a while to remove the old one which was baked on but once removed the job was completed in minutes.
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    By - Ashbourne, Derbyshire

    Ordered parts at 8.30 in the evening and they were delivered before 11.00 the next morning - you just can't get better than that. First rate service.

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  • Q The lamp glass has broken horizontally and fallen independently, and I am left with the threaded part of the glass stuck in the holder. 5 Answers

    The removal tool doesn't help as the lugs that it grips came off when the bowl cracked off. How do I remove the remaining part of the goas, i.e. the threaded part which is intact as one piece?

    By George Chapman - PO33 4RN - 24 September 2014

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      Wait until the oven is cold. Remove the bulb. Then get a piece of duct tape. Use most of it to cover the whole of the inside of what`s left of the glass cover and roll the rest over the broken lip. Then with a pair of long nosed pair of pliers gently grip the taped over glass and jiggle it round until it comes out. Covering the glass with tape prevents fragments of glass going everywhere. These covers are prone to breaking especially if hit with the lid of a casserole. Best to place casseroles on a low shelf well away from the light.

      By Littleted - Norfolk - 24 April 2016

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      The glass can break due to thermal expansion if excessively tightened. Always refit to loosely hand tight.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 November 2015

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      Wearing appropriate PPE place a towel in the bottom of the oven and remove the trays and grates etc. Get a pair of needle nosed pliers and use to twist the damaged part out. It will start to break as you wrist it, but at least you will get it out. This seems to be a common fault - mine has failed in exactly the same way twice now.

      By Leefy - Whitehaven - 05 November 2015

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      Same thing happened to my lamp cover. I used a piece of wood with a rubber glove over it. It needed quite a lot of both upward and rotational pressure but I got it out. Thanks to Chris for the tip.

      By Jeff - Edinburgh - 09 November 2014

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      You will need to improvise. Try pushing a piece of wood with a cloth around the end into the socket to apply pressure to the end and rotate the stump. Be careful not to injure yourself and use gloves and glasses for protection. You may need to replace the lamp holder if either you damage it or cannot remove the glass.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 September 2014

  • Q I just want the glass removal tool order no.613634 as per instruction manual 1 Answer

    It is a NEFF built in oven B45M52.3GB

    By Irene Andrews - Horsham West Sussex - 25 April 2016

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      Stock Number: ES1123507 is the part you require.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 April 2016

  • Q Will the glass lens fit 1 Answer

    The model number I have is HBN 43B2.0B

    By Steve - Stockport, UK - 29 February 2016

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      Please check your model information. For further help visit the "Finding Model Numbers" page on our website here: Alternatively please copy and paste this link into your web browser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 29 February 2016

  • Q what is the outside diameter of the screw thread of this cover 1 Answer

    By JNN - Scotland - 08 January 2016

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      We do not have information on this, There are two sizes a 63 mm and Stock Number: ES1634970 which is for 48 mm lamps

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 January 2016

  • Q Will this lens fit the grill and small oven lamp in HBN 13M5.1B? 1 Answer

    By R. G. Moore - Wombourne, South Staffs. - 31 December 2015

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      There is something missing from your model number but this fits HBN13M521B/01 and many other models

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 December 2015