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I would not get another water heater from Sears. My hot water heater is seven years old and started leaking with two years left on the warranty. I had no hot water and had water all over the basement floor and called a local plumber to replace the tank so we can shower, wash dishes etc. When I called the warranty department, the service rep. notified me that because I had the tank changed with a new one, the warranty for the existing tank is void, even though I have the pictures of standing water in the basement and the defective water tank is still in the basement. Please, what should I have done? Have the water tank leak and do more damage to my basement and have no hot water for a week until your tech gets there? This is a joke of a hot water heater warranty. Go buy your next hot water tank from Lowe's or Home Depot, you are much better off.
Will never buy another Sears product. Our went out and it was just over a year old. We were told by Sears a repair person couldn’t come out for a week and a half (meaning I would worry about our safety considering it was a gas water heater and would spend the Christmas holiday with company and no not water). I looked on Sears website and it says if your gas hot water heater goes out, it should be looked at immediately. Very concerned we called a local company in our hometown and they came right away. They said it was a (Sears) manufacturer defect and it actually caught fire and we were lucky our house did not catch fire. I had the hometown company fix it of course. I called Sears to tell them we had it repaired and wanted reimbursement.
To make a long story short, there have been many phone calls and transfer of calls when I was finally able to get a response that Sears will take care of it but I needed to fax my repair receipt. I faxed the receipt over a month ago and no response. I called again yesterday and today and another hour or so on the phone, Sears tells me they won’t reimburse me because I didn’t order the parts from them! So I guess I was supposed to risk my house burning down and go a few weeks without water so that I could order their part?! Unbelievable.
Please, please, please everyone do not buy Sears products. I have now figured out this could very well be a thing where Sears purposely delays the repair so that you have it repaired elsewhere and they get out of providing the repair and costs them nothing. I was given a list of different Sears department phone numbers and I called all of them and got nowhere. My last number to call is the Corporate office but I don’t think I have the energy to call again and Sears has already took hours of my time.
I have always been a good Sears customer but I am done with Sears. It is obvious they don’t care about their customers or their safety. This probably would have cost Sears less than $100.00 so I am not sure why they went through such lengths to not reimburse me. I rarely post on Facebook but I thought it was worthy enough to warn people. I do care about the customers safety and fair treatment unlike Sears. So long Sears... hope it was worth the $100 you saved.
I was surprised by all the bad reviews. My present Power Miser 9, 50 gal, electric, was purchased exactly 12 years ago. In that time, at year 8, the thermostat had to be replaced that was free, but I paid $100 for a 1-year service contract. Prior to this one, I had another Kenmore. I can't remember the warranty years (10?), but at 15 years I decided to change it. The only thing that went wrong in 15 years was a heating unit burned out at about 13 years which was easily replaced by a Home Depot universal unit for a few dollars. Being a big spender, I replaced both elements. Previously, I used Kenmore heaters at other places and other times and never had a problem.
In September 2015, I had a Kenmore water heater with a failed element, resulting in the tank leaking all over my basement. That unit was 5 years old. Now, after only 2 years, the replacement heater failed. I just paid $79 to be told what I already know - that their water heater failed - and am without hot water going on 5 days now. My basement got flooded, requiring my basement carpet to be replaced.
Kenmore Electric Water Heater50GAL Purchased on 4.9.2016 - Less than a year old had repairman out on 3.23.17. Had a bad heating element. That time he said we will have to get a replacement. On Nov24th 2017 we are without hot water again. Had service repairman out again and he shut it down for a fire hazard. We have had no response now for 5, days. We are to have it replaced. Called them 4, times a day now with them saying they're waiting for paperwork to come thru for a replacement. I will never buy a Sears or Kenmore product again.
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I purchased a Kenmore Water Heater in Aug 2015, this past week 11-16, the water heater control panel burned up - wires, sensors, etc. Called and was told a technician could not come out until Saturday 11-18. The technician came out - said there was nothing he could do - it would need to be replaced and someone would call us. We received no call from Kenmore, and when we called we got the runaround. First we were told the technician hasn't closed the service order yet and until he does, they cannot see anything on their end.
We called several times after that and were finally told that someone from Kenmore would contact us in 24-48 hours (Sunday not being a business day) to let us know what steps to take. We have been going on 6 days with no hot water... along with 6 days with no resolution from Kenmore. After this experience, I will never buy any type of Kenmore product again. They put warranties on their product, but when their product becomes defective during the warranty, they do not back their warranty.
We have purchased 2 separate Kenmore Power Miser 55 gal water heaters, warranty for 6 yrs, both have consistently failed from leaking tanks after 4 yrs, even though properly installed with water softener, pressure reducing valves and expansion tank. Warranty for first was honored after an $89.00 service charge to verify failure, and a replacement heater (less efficient and smaller capacity) was provided, and they did ship it to our home. We recycled the failed one.
When the second one failed, same $89.00 service charge, and an offer for the same less efficient smaller unit was made ---- however, this time they are 'out of stock' and it will be more than a month before available. In addition, they require that we travel over 20 miles to pick it up ourselves and MUST return the defective water heater to them at that time which requires disconnection of it leaving the wiring and plumbing dangling in the meantime, and loading it ourselves, at a couple 100 lbs or more.
Clearly this is a ploy to discourage using the warranty----never in my life have I seen a store require to return of a defective water heater. In their defense, they did offer delivery for a $125.00 (which was no charge last time). The manager at the pick-up Sears outlet also seems to specialize in rudeness when dealing with him. The entire experience with both the heaters and Sears has been terrible!
Had a Sears water heater installed in 03 with a 12 warranty. Fast forward to 10/14/17 my 4th one started leaking. They said even though this heater had only been in 4 years the warranty goes back to the date the first w one was installed. Do the math, 4 failures in 14 years. Needless to say there won't be another Sears in my house.
BUYER BEWARE!!! This water heater worked fine until recently - only the 6th year we owned it. It suddenly would shut off and be "locked out" according to the error code, requiring the "gas control valve" to be replaced. No problem, right? Only the part (without labor included) is nearly $400 - which is HALF the price of the water heater! Sears kindly offers a "deal" for repair (parts were only covered for 1 year), but for me, this is about principle and QUALITY! Which is why we will replace this water heater with ANYTHING OTHER THAN A KENMORE (our original water heater lasted more than twice as long - is it any wonder that the Sears in Sandusky Ohio closed its doors?!?). From this day forward, we will not purchase ANYTHING with the Kenmore (or Sears, for that matter) name attached to it. And you would be wise to do the same. Our next water heater will be tankless. Goodbye Kenmore!!
My 1.8 year old water heater started producing water that is too hot. So, I turned the thermostat setting to Low. Still getting temps of as high as 147 - 157 F. Concerned that grandkids may get burned. If I adjust the setting even a little bit below Low, the temp drops to 92F. Note: Owner's manual says Low setting should produce 110F water. Factoring in the possibility of "short repeated heating cycles" causing expected readings of 20F higher, it is still producing water 10-17F higher than expected with no ability to lower the temp without dropping too much (92F).
2May17 - Sears Technician diagnosed and ordered gas control valve (thermostat). 10May17 - Sears Technician installed new valve. Would not start. He conferred with Sears and AO Smith tech support staff. They determined that the valve must be defective. Ordered new valve. Next morning I (the customer) tried heater once again. It worked fine, but produced same hot temps as before.
15May17 - Sears technician returned. I shared my temp readings with him. He contacted Sears & AO Smith tech support. They concluded that gas valve was working properly. They rationalized that the problem was related to "stacking" (short heat cycles). I pointed out that even if we allow an additional 20F for that, it is 10-15F too high with no ability to lower the temperature to a proper range. They suggested installing a "mixing" valve and checking single handed faucets to see of having any cross-over issues (i.e. turn on cold but still pulling hot water). Closed call but told technician intended to register a product complaint with Sears/AO Smith but I was very satisfied with his service/help. Total labor cost for Service Call: $209. Original cost of heater install $1215.
I bought a Kenmore 30 gal water heater from Sears back in 11/19/12. Less than 2 years it failed twice on me. First time I was able to get it fix but I have to pay for the labor. Second time I have to call Sears' technician and was told that I cannot order part directly from AO Smith, the manufacturer. I had to get Sears to come out to fix it. This is how Sears ripped off consumers by not letting customer to order parts directly from manufacture and the heater was still under 6 years warranty at that time. I'll never buy anything from Sears again.
My Power Miser 12 Gas Water heater leaked after 10 years. I faithfully flushed and replaced the sacrificial anode to extend the life of the tank to no avail. I was told by a Sears clerk that I could call the warranty service line and they would have a record of my water heater. When I called they asked for my phone number and they were able to bring up my address and purchase. He said I needed to schedule a service call to verify the water heater was the original and that it wasn't another part or plumbing issue. The Blue Crew service member arrived 2 days later. Was very polite, verified the leak with a rep in Tx using video on his phone and gave me an 800 number and a reference number to call to request a new water heater under warranty.
When I called they said I needed an original receipt. I don't know about you but the ink on receipts do not last 10 years. Regardless they were unrelenting. I called Sears customer service and a nice gentleman spent an hour on the phone with me going through his system and compiled enough data to prove without a doubt that the water heater in my garage was the same one they had in their system using serial numbers, purchase date, and warranty expiration date. He had in his system. However, they do not have sales records beyond 7 years so the burden of proof still rested with the sales receipt. He constructed a letter, emailed it to me but didn't have a clue what I was supposed to do with it, but he gave me a reference case number that was the hub to the situation and that any reference numbers were the spoke.
I called the repair service again, and asked for a manager and after 45 minutes of holding using a technique to get me to hang up, the manager failed and put their flunky back on the phone with the same stiff arm approach. No receipt, no warranty. They said they could not look up reference case numbers and that I needed a receipt to honor the warranty despite the efforts of customer service to construct a case file proving original ownership. After 3 hours of being on the phone, I have come to realize a couple of things. Kenmore is an AO Smith water heater. They received lousy reviews on Amazon too. I also realized that they had no intention of ever honoring the warranty and after reading the reviews here, I know that a replacement would not last very long way anyway.
I have given up. Sears wins. You can keep your Power Miser POS from AO Smith. I will no longer buy any product from Sears again. Doubtful they will be able to sustain themselves much longer at this rate. The stores are empty. Their customer service is deceitful. They encouraged an $80 service call to verify the water heater is original only later to say the warranty is void without a receipt. Would have been proper to start with that statement. My written warranty says nothing about a receipt. The online website states in CAPITAL letters that PROOF OF PURCHASE is required. So they changed the rules. I don't think a receipt is the only type of proof of purchase. You'd think they thought I was asking them to prove that the water heater wasn't mine.
Purchased a Kenmore model # 153330220 water heater that quit after 48 months. I called our local gas company and the service man stated the burner was cracked. The water heater came with a 6 year warranty. When I inquired with Sears about warranty repair, Sears stated the warranty only covered parts... no labor. I was told a service call would cost me $79.
When the service man came, he stated the burner was cracked due to an excessive amount of dust in the burner area. I put my hand in the cavity and rubbed my finger on the bottom of the cavity. No dust on my finger. Cannot see any dust on bottom of cavity. Service man refused to repair under warranty, says we didn't keep dust away from burner assy. Gave me an estimate to replace the burner assembly for $828. I paid $420 for this water heater brand new... Why would I now pay $828 for repairs? I cannot believe that Sears would put their name on this water heater, since it's junk. I will never buy another Kenmore product again!
I created an account simply to post another warning to consumers considering Sears or this Kenmore Water Heater. I purchased an electric Power Miser 9 Water Heater and had it professionally installed in 2012. Now, (late 2016), the thermostat is dying (thermal breaker tripping off daily). I called my electrician to ensure it wasn't tripping off due to house electric issues. It wasn't ($125 spent). I then called Sears as the unit is still under the 9 year warranty. After being transferred around a few times, I was informed that yes, the unit was under warranty, but that it cost $80 to have a repair person come to the house (a "diagnostic fee"). Fine. Annoying money-grab, but what can you do. At least it's still being repaired under warranty, right? Wrong.
When the repair guy arrives a week later, he spends about 5 minutes looking at it and says "Yeah, it's the thermostat. Parts are covered under warranty, but labor isn't. It's going to cost $200-$300 to replace". The wife stalls him while I do a couple of quick online searches. The part costs $50-$60. The repair looks like it will take all of about 5 minutes. I tell the guy to GTFO. I'll do it myself. So we've spent over $200 (so far) to have a water heater *not* repaired under warranty. What a piece of junk. This will be the last Sears appliance I *ever* buy. And I'll make darn sure to tell anyone looking for appliances about my experience. Good riddance, Sears. You may have been good in the 1950s, but today, you're garbage.
We had purchased a Kenmore 40 gal water heater from Sears in Aug 2013. This purchase was not needed at the time, but we figured we would keep it in the basement as an immediate replacement for our aging water heater. One year later Aug 2014 our water heater broke and I had put in the pre-purchased Kenmore. Things were fine until Dec 2014 (Christmas Weekend). That is when our heater stopped producing hot water. The blinking light code was a #4. Four beeps. Overheated! Reading up on this, I learned that generally two things cause a # 4 failure indicator... 1- If the temperature was set above Hot. Or, 2-The lime build up inside the heater was too much. Well, at only two years old, and the heat being drained of 3 gallons of water every six months. I really doubt lime build up was the issue. Secondly, the temperature was set on Hot. Not above!
Long story short, this Valve/Thermostat is not easy to find for purchase for an immediate repair. I searched many stores to no avail. I checked with Sears Parts and was told they can order it for $180.00 and it would take 3-10 days to receive. Well, I kind of need a shower NOW! I went home, logged in to Sears Parts website and purchased it for $180.00 plus an expedited 2 day delivery fee of $35.00. LUCKILY, I will be able to replace it myself, but what if someone is not very mechanically inclined. Here would come a two hour plumber charge I'm sure. I find it ridiculous that after only 2 years of use, this valve would go bad. Even MORE ridiculous is the idea that many people are facing the same problem at the 2 yr mark. Somewhat ironic I feel! Almost appears as though they are designed to fail at 24 months. Be careful of Kenmore and even more careful of these Honeywell Gas Valves/Thermostats. Model # 9007890.
We purchased our home in 2006. The home had a new Kenmore Power Miser 9 50 gal Hot Water heater. Within a few years we had a leak and Sears sent someone who replaced at no charge citing manufacturer's issue. Fast forward a few more years leaking again. Sears sent someone out to verify the leak at a cost of $75-85. Not that the puddle under the tank was an indicator. We were then told they would replace the water heater for free but there would be a $700 charge to install. We picked up the water heater and had our plumber install for much less. This was 2013.
Fast forward to 10-2016 - leaking again!!! We went with our plumber and picked up a new hot water heater NOT Kenmore. After 3 Kenmore Power Misers in 10 years it goes without saying NEVER AGAIN! The young woman at Sears was very nice but their policy is to replace with the same model. True definition of stupidity - doing the same thing and expecting a different result. Guess that goes for them and for me... glad we wised up!
We bought a power miser 12 year warranty water heater in October 2006. In July 2012 it started leaking from the top. We called a sears tech to come look at it. We paid him $89 to tell us we needed a new tank. He said they could install a new one for free since it was under warranty, but it would be 3 weeks until they could get a new one in. Not wanting a flood in my home, my husband called a sears store 135 miles away that had one in stock. He drove the 4 hour round trip so we could have it installed the next day.
Now 4 years later in Oct 2016 the new one is leaking from the bottom. Thank god we have a pan it sits in or we'd have water on our floor! Since it's under warranty we called Sears. They said they can have someone come out in 4 days to look at it and if we need a new tank, it will be the end of Oct before a new one can be put in. The 12 year warranty is a joke. It starts when you buy the first water heater and keeps carrying over to the next, etc. Since we bought our first one in 2006, we only have 2 years left in warranty until 2018 even though this would be our 3rd tank! We are taking this piece of crap out and spending the money to have a Rheem installed. I will never buy another Sears product as long as I live!
I bought a Sears heater a year and a half ago and now the pilot light is going out. They came out and "fixed it" cost me $180 to clean a filter. Less than a month later having the same problem!! Going tomorrow to buy one from Lowe's. What a joke!! :( When I had the pilot fixed they left and didn't give me a receipt. They told me they would send it to my email, didn't. It is in a rental that I own now. I cannot even take it on taxes because they didn't send the receipt. Please buy your hot water tank some place else...
February 2nd Sears techs came out 5 times to check the water heater. They replaced the gas valve, thermopile, and we replaced a 3/8 gas line to a 1/2 inch. They claimed it was low gas pressure afterward.P. G.&E checked. It is 9.0wc. 10 blink cont. And they still have not replaced it. We still have no hot water. It is less than 1 year old purchased June 2015.
I purchased a Kenmore water heater (model number 153.331350) in February 2014 and it was installed in March 2014. It started leaking last week (March 2016) and the service technician said the backup valve needed to be replaced because there was no expansion tank on the unit. He said these water heaters are now installed with expansion tanks and that the leak would continue until I contracted a plumber to install an expansion tank. I spoke to a Sears service rep today and he said their install technicians can't install the expansion tank because it requires a plumber. So, essentially, they installed a water heater that was destined to leak because they had no way to install it properly.
The service guy just left. Leaking water all over the floor is just fine. They do that! NO NO THEY DON'T. I should hook a hose up to the relief valve... and put it in a drain. NO NO NOT going to have a high water bill for running water directly down the drain. $169.00 to reset the computer so it is hot water that leaks is... I don't even know how to say... NOT FIXED.
Sears replaced my leaky water heater (as it was covered under warranty) with a new one. It was the Kenmore 40 gal natural gas model #57941. I went to the closest store, which is 45 min away, and brought the new one home. Our plumber unboxed it and noticed a very large dent by the gas valve and couldn't use it. So, we had to drive it back to the store and pick up a new one. The plumber got it installed for us to find out that this one was defective too because the igniter and pilot light do not work. Hoping someone can come fix it soon! 2 Defective water heaters in one day???
In Feb 2013 I bought a water heater Kenmore Model 153.330250, with 9 years warranty on parts and tank. After 1st year (Oct.2014) a Sears technician replaced the main gas valve module controller ($176.00) and charged for labor another $140.00 (LED flashing 4 times fault). Called again Sears on Jan 14 2016 for same fault on control module. This time he was lucky, had to reset the thermostat only and charged another $150.00. Please don't buy any Kenmore products and stay away of Sears service!!! Don't be a loser buying these lemon products!!!
I purchased this on Sat and it will be delivered and installed Thurs. I'm afraid because they charged me $189 for installation but failed to tell me they will charge me for a drain pan, flexible hoses (2) and a haul away charge plus anything else they think I need for installation. Looking at an additional $250. Don't know what will happen if it does not fit. Should I cancel now? I need this because I fear a leak and water damage. Help. When I placed the order the representative (Shekinah) did not tell me about the additional costs. I told her what I need 40 gal, 55 in round, 55 in tall, 12 yr warranty and gas.
I write this two days before Thanksgiving. My son will soon arrive from Austin TX to visit. I had the integrated Honeywell gas valve fail last night, spilling water all over my garage. I had it capped off as it was late at night by ARS repair. I already know the issue, it is the Honeywell valve, made of plastic that melts over the course of years, rendering it inoperable and causing leaks. I called Sears. They want me to call their tech, charge me $89, just to diagnose the problem. In other words, just to put $89 bucks in their own pocket. Then they will charge me another fee to install it after I order the part and wait for it to ship to me. I asked them for a full refund for the value of the product, and they refused, stating that I must follow their process if it is repairable.
I will never buy another Sears product. I went to Lowe's and bought a Whirlpool. If it fails, they explained that they will give me store credit, no questions asked. When you buy a product, you buy the service that goes along with it, which makes or breaks the deal. It always boils down to service. I am sorry to say Sears has lost my trust and my business. They used to be synonymous with Appliance, now they make it so hard to deal with them. They just seem like thieves.
I bought the water heater at Orchard Supply (now owned by Sears) and after 2 1/2 years of light duty, it stopped working. The display showed a high temp. shutdown. Figuring that it had a 6 year warranty, I made the mistake of calling Sears. The Sears representative said a tech could come out for a fee of $79. I agreed, stipulating that any parts would be free under warranty. When the tech came out, he said it would be $190 to drain the tank and reset the control. At this point, I told him I would drain the tank, and just show me the reset. Tech said it was against policy. I said what the heck was the warranty for if I had to pay $190? Because I was not at the site and my tenant needed hot water, I agreed to pay. I will never buy a product from Sears or Orchard Supply Hardware again.
I purchased a water heater from Sears in 2002 and it began leaking in 2008. That water heater had a 9 year warranty. I had it replaced with a Power Miser 12, with a 12 year warranty. This water heater is now leaking 7 years later. When I called to arrange a replacement, I was told that this warranty is no good since I did not pay extra when it was replace in 2008. I was never told this in all my phone calls to Sears in 2008 and during the horrific process I experienced, in 2008, where I had to find the plumber myself and make all the phone calls and arrangements myself since everything Sears was supposed to be doing and they were not.
Now I am told there is no warranty on this Power Miser 12 which is 9 years old. I will never get another appliance from Sears again. In my conversation with the representative he just ended it with "I hope the rest of your day goes better." If you are planning on buying a water heater, I suggest you run away from Sears. They are not the company they used to be. They just don't care anymore about reputation. I will be shopping for a new water heater from Home Depot or some big box store.
In 2007 I purchased and installed a Sears WaterMiser 12. After 7 years and 351 days it started to leak from the top. A call to Sears (please note it is NOT 24 hours service) for a warranty claim. I was told it would be $85 for the service call. The service would be between 8:30AM and 4PM. Night before service, an automated message was left claiming the service would be between 12noon and 4pm. Service called at 10:30AM. Service confirmed, yes it is leaking. He took many photos and ordered the part he thinks is faulty.
Part (9003487) is covered under warranty. However, to replace the part another $85 service call is needed. The cost of the part is $40.04. Based on a search of this issue, the anode is the problem but it is the beginning of the end for the water heater as corrosion has set in and it will (according to others and the service rep) leak from other places on the top of the tank.
After 8 years leaking so badly could not be used. Called 800 number and they said it would be 8 days before they could look at. Who can wait that long without hot water? Call center is located overseas. They would not tell me where they are at. It must be a secret. (Pretty sure it was India). Called back and said I would like a US rep. They said that was not possible. I finally gave up and had another installed by Lowe's. Beware of these scam artist. They know you can't wait over a week for hot water.
We bought a Kenmore Power Miser 12 from Sears, one of the best they had with 12 years warranty on parts and supply of a new heater in case of leak. Last Friday I found my basement flooded. The WH was dripping water and rust was coming out from under the cap and other places. I stopped the water and turned the electricity off, then called Sears. They said s.b. would call us within 24 hours to set up an appointment. However nobody called. The same thing was happening again and again from Saturday, Sunday, Monday. This morning (Tuesday) they told me that they have no technicians in my area to verify it. (It's laughable - I live in NYC suburb and 1 mile from Sears store in Yorktown Heights). I was told to find a licensed water heater technician to confirm that water heater is not repairable and then they can replace it. I have to pay whatever the technician for verification asks and then the installation itself.
When I asked them for more details how to arrange things, how the technician will let them know that the WH really needs to be replaced they disconnected me. Even after another 40 minutes on phone I could not get back to my case again. Knowing that customers cannot wait too long with leaking water heater, they frustrate them but doing nothing, telling them lies that s.b. would help them. The only purpose of this bureaucracy is to give up their rights. I hate Sears for this. Now I am stuck. I cannot get anybody from Sears to come and fix it or replace it. I am sorry I didn't get a tank from somewhere else. I won't shop at Sears again.
Kenmore Appliances expert review by ConsumerAffairs
For over 100 years, Kenmore has been a leader in home appliances. They offer a broad range of water heaters and water heater parts and accessories.
Types: Kenmore offers electric, hybrid, liquid propane gas and natural gas water heaters. Each kind of water heater has multiple options in tank capacity, tank diameter, warranty and venting.
Warranties: Depending on the type of water heater purchased, consumers can expect three, six, nine or 12-year limited warranties. Details of the limited warranties can be found online.
Online product manuals: Consumers can go online and search for their specific water heater owner's manual using the type, make and model.
Repair scheduler: For consumers in need of a repair, Kenmore offers an online repair scheduler tool. Simply choose the appliance, brand, describe the issue and fill out your contact information. The tool allows consumers the option to pick a time that works best for them and includes any diagnostic fees.
Customer care: Kenmore has a customer care page online where consumers can get prompt answers to questions regarding warranties, parts and repairs. The page also includes an option to schedule an appliance repair.
Best for: Consumers looking for a residential water heater.
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