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Have Bosch dishwasher model SHU3035UC/U12 Timer sticks in wash or rinse mode. Can timer be replaced and if so what is the cost? Do you have a diagram available to assist me with the replacement?

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Hello. Is the water getting hot? Usually the timer won't advance because it isn't getting a signal from the thermostat that is on the bottom of the tub, so it thinks that the water isn't hot enough to go through the rest of the cycle. That is if the water is hot. If it isn't hot then you may need a new heater. You may or may not need a new timer. Try the thermostat first because that is usually the thing that goes out and it is less expensive than the timer. You can order it from www.coastparts.com or www.marcone.com .
Let me know if you need anymore help.

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