Stuck Button on Bosch 10p: 3 Easy Steps. Pay Zero

Do you have a stuck button on Bosch 10P hot water system?

Did you know that you can easily fix this problem yourself?

In this video, we show you this quick fix in 3 easy steps.

All proven, not just by us, but also from others who have tried. See below!

What you shouldn’t do

You don’t want to force the stuck button on Bosch 10P too much because they are only pieces of plastic rubbing against each other inside the unit, so it’s important to not give it too much pressure.

What should you do then?

Get a WD-40 Specialist High Performance Silicone Lubricant. You can use the normal one, but the Silicone Spray is the best one to use. And get the one with the nozzle. You can get one from Bunnings or Supercheap Auto.

P.S. Before you do this, make sure the system is fully off – the second last button is not pressed in and that there is no naked flame.

Then follow these THREE SIMPLE STEPS:

  1. Spray WD-40 all around each button. Make sure it’s all in and well-sprayed.
  2. Let it sit for 10 minutes. Don’t touch it. Just let it be and let it do its magic.
  3. Push the buttons one by one, starting from the left. They all should start moving. Give them all a good work out. Loose them all out.

And that should do it!

We’d like to hear from you. Let us know if you have tried this and it worked.

Here are some people who have tried and testified that it worked for them!

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What if it doesn’t work?

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Then it might need a service. Give your local plumber a call, or give us a call. We’ll be happy to help.

If you need to know how to take the door off, or how to relight the unit, or how to adjust the temperature, we have made videos to tell you how to do all that. Make sure you check them out.