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Hello- Bosch installed an anti-flood device in bottom of unit. If water gets into this area ( from a leak, usually). To get water out, tip backwards, then forward. Use a couple of towels- water should come out. Common problem with these units. Let me know if this info helps- have more if needed.- Thanks- Ed
I would suggest that your flood switch has been activated. There is a float on the bottom plate or base plate of the machine. If there is a water leak, the float rises and triggers the flood switch.
Once the switch has been activated, the machine will go on a continous pump.
Disconnect the power and the hoses from the machine. Pull the machine out and lay it on its back.
If there has been a leak, you will notice water pouring out the back.
See if you can open the bottom plate, and reset the floater and flood switch. Sometimes you can access this by openning the front kick plate or front bottom plate.
Try the machine again. Leave the front bottom plate out and look into the bottom as the machine is working. If you have a water leak, this will happen again and you may be able to notice where the leak is from.
Be carful not to touch the live wiring while you are monitoring the machine.
After reading a few of the other Haier models troubles, I pulled the unit out and tip it at 45 degrees backwards for around minute. Water pored from the back of the unit, once cleaned water up reinstalled unit and all seems to be back in working order.
empty dishwasher clean drain in bottom, close door, check that drain pipe not kinked, tip forward to 45 degree, check pipe again when putting back down, you may have to tip it forward a couple of time if it does not work the first time
Turns out that the dishwasher had a leak in the bottom. No water could be seen leaking out because Bosch machines have a cut-off valve that means if a tray in the bottom of the machine fills up with water, the float valve doesn't allow anymore water into the machine. we worked this out after we tipped the machine slightly, water ran out, when we put it back down and started it the inlet valve worked until the bottom had filled with water again.
New machine for us! However, not a critism of Bosch. We use our machine at least two or three times a day and have done for the last 5 years.
I had this problem and discovered it was due to a leak. The float switch attached to the bottom panel was operating. Pull out the mains plug, tip the machine on it's side (water will escape so get a mop ready), remove the bottom panel, 3 screws front and back, disconnect the connector from the float switch. Tape the connecter up out of the way and stand your machine back up. Try running it now. If you have a leak somewhere then you will get a puddle under the machine. If no leak, then I would suspect the float switch itself.
Error message A01 means -Acqua stop operated due to a leak or overfill. Check if there is still water in the machine after it stop pumping. In case you still have water - your problem is with the pump or with a blockage drain line.
If there is no water in the machin, it might be a water level sensor issue - stuck physically in the high level position or become defective.
Try to reduced the water presure and leveled it up by the water entrance tap to the machine, it might solve your problem.
Goog luck !!