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Re: my dishwasher moans as if in pain while running.
I believe the problem to be with the circ motor (recycles the water). If this machine is older than 7-8 years, then you may have to replace the motor. Hopefully, it is just that the machine needs to be delimed. This causes a lot of problems.
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A solution to this problem would be to sell me your dishwasher. The law firm for which I work is looking to acquire an old unrepaired Bosch SHU 33 dishwasher for some ongoing litigation. If you (or anyone else with this model Bosch) could send me some details regarding your dishwasher, you may be able simply to buy a whole new dishwasher. My email is JFraser -at- jshlawmi.com.
I have a DDW1802W with a Stainless Steel interior (which is different from the standard model I am finding). I just purchased it, and it worked a couple times, but then wouldn't start the cycle. It would just make noise (both the clicking of the switch dial, and a moaning noise. It has a small container under the insulation on the right side towards the front (you will need to pull it our of your counter) that has a styrofoam float in it that hits a switch when it gets full (signaling a overflow). There is a small black rubber plug on the bottom side of the container. I pulled that and drained the water out of it, stuffed it back in, and it is running right now.
You're hosed. This is likely a bad control board module that can run you in excess of $200. Even if you're within Warranty, Bosch will gouge you for labor, as that is NOT covered by warranty. Top that with abysmal customer service and you're in for a world of hurt. Sorry, but it's time for a new dishwasher. :(
ok if you have a volt meter then remove the bottom kick-plate locate the water valve take the connector off the valve set the meter to ac volts plug the leads into the connector turn the timer to fill if your getting the proper volts to the connector then replace the valve if nor reply to me
I had the same problem, solution was simple.I removed the cover and there is a small white wheel on the right lower side, not where the motor is..it was not turning, i just restarted the whell movement by hand then carefully oiled with wd40.