Question about Bosch Dishwashers
Open the the door look at bottom where the water is accumulating you may need to remove the dishes and the bottom trey, In the very most lower corner of the inside of the dishwasher you will find a drain it will not look like the drain in you sink but more like a 2 1/2 inch cylinder with a mesh like screen, this is the drain screen and it will get clogged from time to time, Depending on the make and model of your dishwasher will determine how this drain cover is removed, The most common removal is to use a Philips head screw drive and remove retainer screw, Now you will need to put your hands in the muck and feel down inside the hole where the gross stuff has plugged up the drain and remove most of it the best you can, After you finish removing the muck you will need to use that Philip head srew driver and remove the screws that secure the kick plate, this is the most lower portion of the dish washer in the front, Now you will be able to access the pump drive it is the plastic or aluminum with 2 to 3 hoses connected to its body. At the base of the pump you should be able to turn the pump manualy, this will help the motor start turning the pump by itself. be sure to put the drain screen back on and secure it with the retaining screw. Reinstall the kick-plate, To prevent this from happening again get the kids to remove the muck from the drain and they will never put a plate full of food in the dishwasher again. Good luck and happy fishing.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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