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Bosch Connected Control
BCC 100 Wi-Fi Thermostat User Guide
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Contents
Getting Started.......................2
Main Screen............................7
Icons.......................................8
Initialization..........................10
Wi-Fi Setup...........................14
App Setup.............................17
Starting Your System............19
Temporary Scheduling..........21
Programming Schedules.......22
Additional Features...............24
Advanced Features...............28
Warranty...............................29
Connected Solution for 24Vac Thermostat Systems
WARNING: Failure
to follow and read
all instructions
before installing or
operating this device
may cause personal
injury and/or
property damage.
IN THE BOX:
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BCC100 Wi-Fi Thermostat
Two screws and anchors
Flathead screwdriver
Wire labels
Jumper wire
User guide
Customer Support Card
Some features require
an internet connection
and a user account.
Features,
specifications, and
appearance are
subject to change
without notice.
C-wire (24Vac)
required to power
the thermostat.
CHECK COMPATIBILITY FIRST
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For conventional (gas/oil/electric)
▶▶ Heat Only
▶▶ Cool Only
For heat-pump systems
▶▶ Up To 4-Heat & 2-Cool
Getting Started
The BCC100 thermostat is designed to work on most 24Vac
low voltage heating and cooling systems such as gas and oil
furnaces, heat pumps, and single or dual-stage systems.
Professional installation recommended for:
▶▶ Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
Turn Power Off
Please turn off the unit’s main power at the circuit panel
before beginning the installation process.
POWER OFF WARNING:
Failure to turn off power may result in
electrical shock and/or system damage.
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Remove the Old Thermostat
Before removing the wires from the thermostat or wall
plate, take a photo of all wires for reference, then label
each wire according to the terminal codes.
Disconnect the wires from the old thermostat one by
one. Do not let wires fall back into the wall. Remember,
the power to your HVAC system must be turned
off. Remove the old wall plate.
After labeling the wires, we recommend securing
them to an object such as a pen or clip to prevent
them from falling back into the wall.
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Mount the New Wall Plate
Use the enclosed screws and anchors to
mount the new wall plate. In most cases,
you can utilize the same mounting position of your old
thermostat. Be sure to check the alignment of your wall
plate before installation.
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Connect the New Wall Plate
WARNING: Use caution when securing and routing
wires to prevent possible shortage to adjacent terminals.
Insert all wires vertically from the open socket into the
proper terminal. Ensure that each wire is inserted into the
matching terminal. Use the supplied flathead screwdriver
to fasten each wire. Pull wires gently to ensure wires are
securely fastened.
KEY
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Rc
Power Cooling
W/E
1st Stage Heating
Emergency heat activated at W1
Rh
Power Heating
W2
2nd Stage Heating
Auxiliary heat activated at W2
C
Common
O/B
Reversing Valve
G
Fan
H/Dh
(De) Humidifier
Y
1st Stage
Compressor
Data
Alarm Input
(Only to be used with Bosch WSHP)
Y2
2nd Stage
Compressor
Jumper
Note: the color of your wires may not be the same as what’s shown in this User Guide
The following are wiring diagrams for common
systems. If you are unsure of how to connect your
thermostat, please seek professional support.
Thermostat
Conventional Heating
(2 Stages) & Cooling
(2 Stages) System with
Humidifier and Single
Transformer
Install a jumper between Rh
and Rc only if a single
transformer is used for
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Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
heating and/or cooling.
Thermostat
Conventional Heating
(1 Stage) & Cooling
(1 Stage) System with
Dual Transformer
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Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
Conventional Heating
Thermostat
(1 Stage) & Cooling
(2 Stages) with
Dehumidifier and
Single Transformer
Install a jumper between Rh
and Rc only if a single
transformer is used for
heating and/or cooling.
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Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
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Thermostat
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Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
Heat Pump 4 Heat /
2 Cool with Dehumidifier
▶▶ Connect Rc to Rh
Heat Pump 3 Heat / 2 Cool
▶▶ Connect Rc to Rh
▶▶ Connect W to W2 to
operate both stages of
electric heat at the
same time
Thermostat
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Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
Thermostat
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-
Data
G
C
W2
W/E
Y2
Y
O/B
Rh
H/Dh
Rc
Heat Pump
2 Heat / 1 Cool
with Emergency Heat
▶▶ Connect Rc to Rh
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Attach BCC100 to the Wall
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CL
IPS
First align the two
clips on the back of
the BCC100 into the
corresponding slots
on the top of the
wall plate.
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Firmly press forward
until you hear a click to
secure the thermostat
into position.
PUSH
Ensure the C-wire is properly connected to the heating and
cooling equipment and thermostat. Switch the power back
on for the heating/cooling system at the main switch box.
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Power On and Enjoy!
Your thermostat should power on and prompt you to
start the setup. If you are having trouble powering the
thermostat, please refer to the Customer Support
Card in the box for additional support information.
Thank you for choosing the BCC100. Enjoy the savings
and comfort of owning a Bosch connected thermostat!
Main Screen
Main Menu
System
Mode
Current
Room
Humidity
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Current Room
Temperature
Fan
Status
Current
Schedule
Wifi / Cloud Access
Indicator
Adjust
Temperature
Set-Points
Icons
Basic Icons
Menu
Heating Types
Gas/Oil/
Propane
Exit / Save Settings
Heat Pump
Back
Electric
Weather
Schedule
Fan Modes
Device Settings
Auto
System Settings
On
Advanced Settings
Circulation
System Modes
Humidity
Heat Mode
Humidifier
Cool Mode
Dehumidifier
Auto Mode
Emergency Heat Mode
Off
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Icons
Unit Operation
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2
1
2
1
2
1
2
Heating on (1st stage) & (2nd stage) - Heat Mode
Cooling on (1st stage) & (2nd stage) - Cool Mode
Heating on (1st stage) & (2nd stage) - Auto Mode
Cooling on (1st stage) & (2nd stage)- Auto Mode
Fan on/running - Fan Auto Mode
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Emergency
Heating
Emergency heat on
Auxiliary
Heating
Auxiliary heat on - 2nd Aux Stage of a
4-stage heating system
System Connectivity
Schedule on Device
Schedule on Cloud
Wi-Fi Connection Established
Wi-Fi Connection Not Established
Internet is Not Available
Retry Internet Connection
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Initialization
For a quick and easy way to begin using your new smart
thermostat, the device will automatically direct you to the
Initial Setup screen once it’s turned on for the first time.
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM:
1. Unit Configuration
Select your home’s heating
type, stage configuration for
heating and cooling, and type
of accessory (humidifier or
dehumidifier) if available.
Configure the
reversing valve for O
(energized in cool)
or B (energized
in heat) and enable/
disable Emergency
Heat and/or
Auxiliary Heat.
Please check your heating and cooling system manual
or consult a professional HVAC technician if you
do not know which option to select.
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2. Date & Time
ON DEVICE: Please enter your location’s current date and
time; once the device is registered or linked to a user
account, the date and time on the device will
automatically update to the current time associated
with the user account.
APP: The date and time for the device, as well as the user
account, will automatically update by selecting the time
zone for the device.
3. Wi-Fi Setup
A reliable Wi-Fi connection is required in order to access
smart features such as remote access, weather forecast
and more. Please follow on-screen instructions
to complete the Wi-Fi setup.
After a successful connection, the Registration screen will
be shown. Please follow the instructions on the screen to
complete the setup. You can now add the device to a user
account after downloading the App and setting up
an account.
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4. Schedule
Only 2 schedules (Home & Vacation) will be available
during offline operation. However, this list can be expanded
to up to 4 schedules when a Wi-Fi connection is established.
HOME: This schedule will be utilized to set your heating
and/or cooling equipment to predefined set points. The
device will initially come with a factory default schedule;
please adjust the schedule as necessary.
VACATION: This schedule will be used to set your heating
and cooling equipment to 2 periods with set-points (1
heating and 1 cooling) that can be manually adjusted
(however, you will not be able to add additional or remove
current periods). The schedule may be
used for vacation or permanently
setting a heating/cooling
set-point.
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5. Review
In the final step, you will be requested to review all the
information that has been entered into the thermostat.
You will be able to go back to different parts of the Initial
Setup guide by pressing the different sections on the left
pane. If you have completed the review, please press the
Complete button to start utilizing your BCC100
thermostat!
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Wi-Fi Setup
Wi-Fi Connection
SCAN | Tap the Wi-Fi icon to enter the Wi-Fi setup screen,
then tap the Scan icon to list available Wi-Fi networks.
Follow on-screen instructions to complete the Wi-Fi setup.
Hidden Wi-Fi Connection
MANUAL ENTRY | If you are trying to connect to a hidden
network, press SSID button on the scan page to bring up
the screen that will allow you to enter your own SSID.
Follow on-screen instructions to complete the Wi-Fi setup.
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The following may cause a failed connection
to the device:
▶▶ Wi-Fi signal is too weak
▶▶ 5 GHz Wi-Fi network is not supported
▶▶ SSID contains space or non-ASCII characters
▶▶ Incorrect password
▶▶ Wi-Fi is okay but your internet is unavailable
▶▶ Additional web authentication is not supported
Once a connection is successfully established, an account
ID will appear. This ID is for the network to which the
device has been added.
For an unregistered device, a message will be displayed
indicating the device needs to be registered.
Follow instructions on the next page to add the
device to your account after downloading the App
and setting up an account.
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Auto Reconnect
If your device loses connection with your wireless
network, it will automatically attempt to reconnect after
5 minutes. If that fails, it will make a new attempt every
15 minutes for the next 24 hours. Any manual network
reconfiguration of the thermostat will stop automatic
reconnection attempts.
Wi-Fi can be manually turned off or on. Turning off your
Wi-Fi will also disable the internet connection and all
smart features, including App access to the device.
Members of a family need to share an account in
order to gain access to the thermostat.
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App
Setup
Congratulations! You are now connected
to the thermostat. Now set up your App
to enjoy exciting smart features.
Step 1: Download
BOSCH CONNECTED CONTROL COMPATIBLE DEVICES
Apple® devices running iOS 7.1 & higher
Android™ devices running 4.0.3 & higher
There are three ways to download the
BCC100 App for your smart device:
1. Search “Bosch Connected Control” or “BCC100” in
the App Store or Google Play Store, then download.
2. Use your smart device to scan the
QR code located on page
18 of this user guide or
on the packaging to be
directed to the Bosch
website for easy
download.
3. Go to www.boschclimate.us/bcc100
and click App from
the menu to
download.
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Step 2: Create
a User Account
After installing the App
onto your smart phone,
create a user account.
Step 3: Add Device
to your Account
Log in to your account: tap
Add New Device on the
device list screen, then
simply follow on-screen
instructions in the App to
complete this task. You will
be asked to enter the MAC
ID and the Temporary
Verification Code.
Add Device
Device Name
MAC ID and
Verification Code
Once the device is
connected to the internet,
you’ll be able to read or scan
the Temporary Verification
Code (TVC) and MAC ID
from the Wi-Fi Status screen.
BOSCH
x
Device MacID
Temporary Verification Code
1234
For Automatic Entry (Recommended):
Scan QR code found in “Wi-Fi settings” screen
For Manual Entry:
Enter MacID and temporary verification code.
MacID can be found on device label, package,
or “Wi-Fi settings” screen. Temporary verification
code can be found on the Wi-Fi settings screen
on your thermostat.
OK
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The Temporary Verification Code (TVC) is a 4-digit
code randomly generated each time you enter this
screen. It expires after 90 seconds, upon which a new
code will be needed.
Tap the Temporary
Verification Code to
generate a new one if the
The MAC ID is a unique
network ID for this device
previous code expires.
that helps to identify your
You may utilize the
When dealing with technical
Embedded QR code
available in the Device
MAC ID field to
automatically populate
device over the internet.
support, the TVC also
functions as the verification
of the user currently in
possession of the device.
the MAC ID and TVC.
Starting Your System
HEAT | COOL | AUTO | OFF | EM. HEAT
Tap the System Mode icon on the Home Screen to enter
Mode or go to Main Menu > System Settings > Mode
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Please note that your device is always running on a
programmed schedule and the current operating mode is
part of that schedule. Thus, when you change the Mode,
it will only change the mode for the current program. If
you change to a different program, your Mode will follow
the new program that you
have selected.
You can opt to turn
The mode selection is for the
the System Off to
current program (Home).
shut down all HVAC
You cannot assign different
operations including
modes within a program.
fan operation.
Mode
Emergency Heat (Em
Heat) mode is only
Heat/Cool
Fan
Hum/Dehum
available if you have
selected Heat Pump as
your Heat Type and
enabled the Emergency
Heat
Cool
Auto
Off
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Heat function in the
setup menu.
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Temporary Scheduling
Temporary Adjustment
This feature will override the current set point to the
desired set point until the next programmed time in the
schedule. If you would like to permanently schedule the
new set point press the lock icon. This will permanently
lock in the adjustment until the X button is pressed on the
main screen.
Scheduling on the Thermostat
You can override the current scheduled set-point(s) by
tapping the plus or minus (+/-) icons on the right side of
the screen.
If you are in Auto mode, you will be able to manually
adjust either the Heating or Cooling temperature
set-points individually.
If you are in either Heat or Cool Mode, you will be able to
manually select a new temperature
set-point or select one of the
available preset set-points.
You may change the preset
temperature by going into the
Setup option in the Preset.
Scheduling on the App
You can override the current
schedule by scrolling
the temperature up
and down with
your finger.
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Programming Schedules
Programming a Schedule
There are only two default schedules (Home and Vacation)
available for selection when the device is offline. If the Internet
connection is established, you may have up to 4 schedules.
Programming with the Thermostat
You can access the Schedule by following: Menu > Schedule
and selecting the schedule that you would like to run.
Schedule must first be selected in order to modify it.
1. Select Schedule from the list and press the Setup button
2. Select the Mode that you would like the schedule to
operate on, and press the Next button
3. Select the day of the week
4. Select a period (a total of 8 are available per day)
to change and press Setup
• Insert: Inserts a new period after the current one
• Delete: Deletes the current period
5. Set period times in 15-minute intervals. The first
scheduled time may not be changed from 12:00am.
6. Select desired temperature or System(s) Off
for the period
7. Use Copy button to copy the same schedule to
another day of the week
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Programming with the App
From the main menu in the
App, select Schedule.
1. Select the Mode that you
would like the schedule
to operate, and press Edit
• If you would like to edit
a different schedule
please press List for a
list of available
schedules
Schedule
Mon Tue Wed Thu
Fri
Sat Sun
Home
Periods: 4 55°-60°
List
Copy
1 00:30am-03:15am
72°-78°
2 03:15am-06:30am
66°-72°
3 06:30am-09:15am
55°-60°
4 09:15am-12:30am
68°-68°
2. Select the day of the
week you would like
to change
3. Select a period (a total of
Schedule
8 are available per day)
to change
• Edit: Edit the current
schedule
• Insert: Insert a new
period after the
current one
Mon Tue Wed Thu
Periods: 4 55°-60°
15-minute intervals. The
first scheduled time may
Sat Sun
List
05 : 45 AM
06 : 00 AM
06 : 15 AM
Off
74.0 o F
Cool
74.5 o F
75.0 o F
OK
68.0 o F
Heat
68.5 o F
69.0 o F
Cancel
not be changed from
12:00am.
5. Select desired temperature or System(s) Off for
the period
6. Use the Copy button to copy the same schedule
to another day of the week
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Copy
Starting Time:
• Delete: Delete the
current period
4. Set period times in
Fri
Home
Additional Features
Weather Forecast
The weather forecast is
You must grant “location
based on the location of
access” for the app to
the installed thermostat.
enable this feature.
The location will be assigned
the first time you connect your thermostat to the app.
Screen Options
There are 3 levels of screen brightness and 3 options for
Screen Timeout.
You can also utilize this menu to Lock the screen. A 4-digit
passcode will be required to lock the screen.
Device Information
Device information will contain
all the relevant Account and
System information.
Account: Change or remove
the account associated with
the thermostat.
It is important that
you remember your
screen lock passcode
as you will not be able
to unlock the screen
without this code.
System: Displays the current
hardware and software information.
This screen can also be used to update the firmware.
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Unit Operating Mode
Heat: Unit will be cycled to maintain scheduled heating
set-point.
Cool: Unit will be cycled to maintain scheduled cooling set-point.
Auto: Unit will be automatically switched between heating
and cooling operations to maintain heat/cool set-points.
Off: All heating and cooling functions are turned off. The
fan can still operate in this mode if manually activated.
Emergency Heat (only available on Heat Pumps): Will turn
off all compressors and turn on backup electric heat source.
Fan Operation
Auto: Fan will follow heating
and cooling operations.
On: Fan runs non-stop.
Circulation: Fan cycles on and
off regularly in addition to heating and cooling operations.
By selecting this option, you also need to define the
operation length of time and schedule for the circulation.
If the G wire was substituted for the C wire during
installation, the Fan-On & Circulation options will
not function.
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Humidifier/Dehumidifier
Operating Mode
You may only operate in
The user may select either
either humidifier OR
humidifier/dehumidifier as
dehumidifier mode and
an optional accessory if
may not operate in both
the wire was properly
modes at the same time.
installed during the initial
installation process. The
humidifier mode will be turned on during heating
operation and dehumidifier mode will turn on during the
cooling operation if the necessary humidity level is not met.
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Temperature, Alerts,
and Auto-On
WARNING: Alerts are
Alert: Send an alert message
an additional source of
or turn on the system
protection but not the
automatically when the room
main source protection
temperature is out of the
for the system.
range between set-points.
Run Time
The thermostat will keep track of your run time for the
Heating, Cooling, Air Filter and Water Pad. You can also
set a reminder for Air Filter and Water Pad according to
the number of calendar days. When it reaches its
predefined run time, a notification will be sent
to the device and the user.
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Advanced Features
Advanced Settings is designed for HVAC professionals who
want to modify advanced features for better unit control. It
will also allow the user to reset the device to factory
settings. Advanced Settings requires an access code.(1)
IP: IP Address
Ability to manually type in IP address
RS:Factory Reset
Factory reset the device to original condition
SC:Sensor Calibration
Calibrate or correct the device temperature readings
IS: Initial Setup
Pull-up Initial Setup screen
WRS: Wi-Fi Factory Reset
Factory reset the Wi-Fi module to original condition
RF: System Backup
Store current firmware in the flash to be used
during recovery
(1) For Professional Operation Only, Access Code: 1886
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Warranty
Bosch Connected Control
BCC100 Thermostat
Models Covered
This limited warranty is provided by Bosch Thermotechnology Corp.
(“Bosch”) and covers the Bosch Connected Control (BCC100) Wi-Fi
Thermostat (hereinafter referred to as “Product”). This warranty is
provided to the original purchaser of the Product as long as the Product
remains installed at its original place of installation.
Warranty Coverage
Limited Warranty
Bosch warrants that the Product will remain free from defects in material
and workmanship five (5) years from the date of original installation or
from the date of manufacture if proof of installation is not available,
provided it is properly installed and the other conditions of this warranty
are met. If Bosch determines that the Product has a defect in workmanship
or materials, Bosch, at its option, will repair or replace the defective part.
Items Not Covered
This limited warranty does not cover the following circumstances:
1. Components or parts not provided by Bosch.
2. Components or parts, on which the tags or nameplates have been removed,
altered or defaced.
3. Scratches in or discoloration of fi nishes.
4. The workmanship of any installer. Bosch disclaims and does not assume any
liability of any nature for unsatisfactory performance caused by improper
installation, repair or maintenance.
5. Any labor or material costs for removal, reinstallation, repair and replacement of
the defective component or part unless otherwise provided above.
6. Electricity or fuel costs, or any increases or unrealized savings in same, for any
reason whatsoever.
7. Damage caused by operation of the Product in a corrosive atmosphere,
electrical failures, fl ooding or acts of God.
8. Damage caused by any attachment or modifi cation to the Product, including any
energy saving device.
9. Damage caused by Product not being installed in accordance with all applicable
state and local plumbing and/or building codes and regulations.
10. Shipping charges, delivery expenses or administrative fees incurred by the
purchaser in repairing or replacing the Product.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
OTHER THAN THE OBLIGATIONS OF BOSCH EXPRESSLY SET FORTH
HEREIN, BOSCH DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BOSCH’S
SOLE OBLIGATION WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT AND PURCHASER’S
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES ARE SET FORTH IN THE FOREGOING LIMITED
WARRANTY. BOSCH SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, PUNITIVE,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SIMILAR DAMAGES
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, INJURY OR DAMAGE TO PERSONS OR
PROPERTY OR DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF USE, LOST PROFITS,
INCONVENIENCE OR LOSS OF TIME. NOTE THAT ANY REPAIRED OR
REPLACED PRODUCT WILL BE WARRANTED FOR ONLY THE UNEXPIRED
TERM OF THE ORIGINAL WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation of damages, or
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations
and exclusions may not apply to you.
WARRANTY CLAIMS PROCESS
If you have a warranty claim you should notify the heating contractor who
installed your Product and ask that the contractor notify the distributor
from whom the contractor purchased the Product. If this action is not
possible or you don’t receive a response, contact Bosch Thermotechnology
Corp. (Bosch), 50 Wentworth Avenue, Londonderry, NH 03053. To process
your claim, you will need a copy of your original invoice or other proof of
purchase and documentation showing the original installation date and
location. The alleged defective Product must be returned to Bosch in
accordance with Bosch procedure then in force for handling goods
returned for the purpose of inspection to determine cause
of failure (contact Bosch if you have questions regarding the return
process). If Bosch determines that the returned product is defective and
that this warranty applies, Bosch will furnish the repaired or replacement
Product.
This Warranty applies to Bosch Products installed in the Continental
United States and Canada only. United States and Canada only.
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