Top 20 Bosch 36 Inch Pyramid Chimney Hood - Black Questions & Answers

The fault is the pump pressure is low and must be checked . make sure that in the first place there is no dirt that is clogging the filter in the pump that is causing the drop of pressure in the pump.
So remove the pump and do a good cleaning , use a reverse flushing to take out all dirt.Now make sure that the inlet to the pump is also clean.
Now reset and test the pressure. If the pressure is good then your top spray arm will will rotate and spray.
If not the pump is a suspect and must be checked for perfomance or a replacement is the other option.
Finally make sure that the voltage to the pump is in order.

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Screen is not the correct product to use to bird or squirrel proof the chimney. Your local hardware will have what is known as hardware cloth. It's actually a heavy wire mesh with 1/4" or 1/2" square pattern. you should be able to purchase it, by the foot, off a roll.

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The problem is hard water. Go to They have a new product out that solves this problem once and for all. It filters the water entering your dishwasher and removes the hard minerals that cause these spots. Very affordable and guaranteed to leave your dishes looking amazing every time.

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If a DW is not level on the floor then this can stop the latch from connecting and closing door.

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Make sure the dishwasher is not stuck in some kind of error mode. Make sure the water valve is turned on. Take the bottom front service door off and locate the water valve on the front left bottom of the machine. Make sure there are wires connected to it. If it's still not working, pick up a cheap electrical multimeter. Set it to the resistance setting, and remove the wires from the water valve. Test the resistance across the water valve's terminals. If the resistance is very high, or infinity, the water valve needs to be replaced. If the water valve is ok, turn the dishwasher on and test the voltage across the wires that go to the water valve at a time in the cycle when you know the dishwasher's controller will be trying to let water in. It may be either ac or dc voltage, so try both settings on the meter if you don't get a reading. If no voltage is read across those wires, open up the dishwasher and find the circuit board that the water valve's wires connect to, and make sure they're connected to the board properly. If that still doesn't work, there's a problem with the dishwasher's control board. Look for a square or rectangular blue, gray, black, white box on the circuit board near where the wire plugs in. This is the mechanical switch that turns on the power to the water valve when the computer sends a signal that it wants water. This switch may be jammed up. Try tapping it firmly with screwdriver. If that doesn't work, you can desolder the power switch and solder on a new one. If that doesn't work, you'll need to replace the board or do some advanced work on it.

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you need to check the water solenoid valve. if you follow the water line coming into the dishwasher you will find the valve(first spot in the water line with two wires coming from it) if you pull the wires off you should see 110 v when it is trying to fill with water if you do then test the valve for continuity.

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No you did good in ordering a latch ,that is a common issue i find with the bosch d/w, for no apparent reason the latch locks itself with the door open. Look at the door where the male part of the latch goes into the door, you will see that is locked. if you take it apart and manually unlock the latch u stand to break it. Again you did good on ordering the latch.

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Don't fiddle with gas - get a technician or increase your fire insurance.

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set oven into self clean wait till it says door locked and on and then cancel cycle after a couple min should unlock if not you may need lock
there is no safty latch ther is door removal latch on hinges if these were in hold position the door would not close

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Error 111 means that your oven thinks that it's over heating. Now whether or not the oven is actually overheating or not, this can be caused by either a bad oven sensor or a bad display relay control board. You can't test the board but you can test the sensor. Open the door and remove the 3-4" long thin metal rod attached to the back wall. There are 2 screws holding the sensor on that you can remove and then pull the sensor forward until you can disconnect it. With a multimeter, check the resistance of the sensor at room temperature and it should be about 1080 ohms. If it's not, replace the sensor, otherwise you need to replace your relay board.

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pull knobs and dials off
open oven door look under console remove toex screws in lower console(control panel)
the front panel glass will drop out
you can know see a metal panel that surface switchs mount too
the screws that hold panel are around the edge the screws that hold cooktop down should be able to be seen
you do not have to remove the cooktop to replace switches
but once the front screws for cooktop are removed the top slides forward and lifts off there will be 1 ground wiire to disconect from cooktop if you do put it back

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Most ovens have two or more heater elements, have them checked out one could be faulty.

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Check the back side of the woofer. they are frequently designed with protection fuses to prevent failure.

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sounds like the broil relay stuck closed
need service relay board

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Electrolux Range E 15 Error

I have an Electrolux slide-in Range/Oven combo. Model # EW30ES65GSE.
I had the ubiquitous E 15 error, which renders the touch controls (and therefore the range and oven) entirely useless. I tried two things to resolve, per Electrolux customer service: 1. turned the circuit breaker to the stove off, and leave off for 10 minutes, then turn back on. If you are very lucky, this may be a one-time "false error" and you might be OK. 2. if you can get to the "user preference" option, try to reset the stove to factory default. Unlikely this will work, but worth a try.

In my case, neither worked, but if you can time it properly, between "alarm beeps", sometimes you may be able to turn a stove burner on, and then the E 15 may errors/beeping, may go away, but may happen again, seemingly at random.

If you are out of warranty, Electrolux customer service will advise you that you should have purchased an extended warranty, which is ridiculous considering how much this range cost initially.

Customer Service indicated there is no way to diagnose which part is bad, so they will sell you two different boards that will hopefully address the problem. These parts are a control board and a relay board. The control board is the digital pad that mounts in the front of the range, and the relay board mounts behind the rear cover, in the upper right. Parts numbers are: 316443916 and 316576612, respectively. After replacing BOTH parts, that seemed to fix it. Note - the Electrolux parts have a tremendous mark-up. You might be able to obtain these parts for less $ elsewhere - certainly worth a try.

There are literally hundreds of posting regarding this E 15 error, and it seems more "popular" in the inductive cook top model (mine is non-inductive). If the range is over 1 year old, forget about Electrolux standing behind their products. I firmly believe this is a manufacturing error (cheap boards) and Electrolux refuses to stand behind their products.

In my experience Bosch does a tremendous job in customer support, perhaps top in the industry and Electrolux is at the VERY BOTTOM. As consumers, we all have a choice on what to purchase, and based on this Electrolux experience, I WILL NEVER PURCHASE AN ELECTROLUX PRODUCT AGAIN.

on May 22, 2017 | Kitchen Ranges

The wires inside that power the clock, spark and oven igniter may be touching the body of the oven producing a short. Have the circuit board tested for shorts too.

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