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Re: no water coming into dishwasher
The hum is a selinoid. The water inlet valve is selinoided operated so I woudl sspeculate that either the valve is bad or the selinoid is. You can check the selinoind with an ohm meter. Since it hums I am guessng that the valve is bad. Likely they come together as one unit.
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if its less than a year old why dont you contact the manufacturers service team it will still be under guarantee as the bosch guarantee is 24 months you can dowload a copy of the instruction maual free of charge from the bosch or bsh home appliances web site
You're describing a number of issues related to old age and maintenance. First, you've likely got a mechanical timer that is getting stuck. If the price of replacement is outside your budget for an old warhorse....
Second, in come cases, the timer takes care of water level...in most, however, there is a float or aeneroid level sensor. If it is a float...it may be clogged/jammed with detergent or debris. Located in the wash tub near the front. Clean it up. If it is an aeneroid, it has a tube going from the tub to the lower part which hooks into a 3 inch or so flat sided round item with two wires coming out. With the power off, test it by blowing and sucking on the tube. Blowing into it should open the switched leads ...sucking should hold a 'vacuum'. The pressure of water opens and closes this switch to determine water level.
I had the same problem it turned out that the upper rack was not being pushed back all the way so the door was slightly ajar. If you open the door you should see a bit of water going past the seal If the door is not seating.
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