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Bosch shu3036uc Dishwasher

I am at a loss...had water in the catch basin....determined it is coming from the overflow hole on the left side of the washer when the washer is taking on fresh water. I can manually manipulate the blue lever on the water level regulator to stop the water from rising to the overflow hole. Not sure what part to replace. Also have a faint smell of burning plastic. ANY help would be greatly appreciated....THANKS in advance...Gary

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You need to test and replace the water level switch. Check also that the inlet valve is not stuck and water never stops.

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I have a Bosch SHU3036UC dishwasher. While sitting idle - during the day or over night, it fills up with fresh water. I shut off the water supply last night and this morning it was dry. Any ideas?


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Dish washer stays on water drain dishwaser comes on with door open


Hello,

The reason this is happening is the overflow basin has likely filled and activated the overflow float switch. The cause is a little more involved to explain from afar, I`ll try.

The number one cause is a clogged drain hose, check at the point of entry to the household plumbing, usually under the sink.

Other possible causes (among many) include, baking pans like cookie sheets being placed along the right hand side of the lower rack which in turn cover`s over the vent.
An improper install of the dishwasher by the absence of a ``hi-loop`` in the drain line,(refer to the installation guide, you`ll see what I mean) this can manifest in dirty water being allowed to ``backflow`` into the dishwasher creating an overfill scenario.
Drain hoses connected to food disposer`s/garberator`s with-out a check valve...a hi-loop isn`t sufficient in these situation`s, I`ll explain.

In the event a home owner has a full sink of water, and a continuous feed disposer heavily loaded, then turn`s the disposer ``on`` the volume of water being pushed out the garberator into the drain can and often does flow back to the dishwasher ultimately filling the overfill basin, hence activating the overfill float. This will automatically activate the drain pump which will run until the water level in the basin evaporates ( there is no automatic device built in to the basin to drain it, hence it must evaporate or be physically absorbed via a sponge, towel etc.) to an acceptable level to satisfy the float switch and shut off the pump, and the pump will run whether the door is opened or closed...it`s a safety device which overrides all other function`s.

Another possible cause is a contaminated/dirty float switch has become ``stuck`` in the overfill position. The float is located in the basin, but the switch is located on the left side of the dishwasher in the switch housing assembly and activated via a linkage. The switch can be accessed by removing the left side panel, which is fairly involved and I`d suggest hiring a pro for such a matter.

Those are a few possibilities. I hope this was helpful without seeming overwhelming, such is the case from afar unfortunately. I believe it`s needed to provide possible solution`s to explain actual causes.

If you`ve found the info I provided here for you at fixya, please take a second and rate it. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Thank you.

Good luck.

macmarkus :)

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Bosch SHU3036UC/U11 dishwasher does not stop filling with water


Hi,
It sounds as if the main program board has developed a fault - as it should come to a complete stop. The fact it kept the water valve open with the door open is a serious fault- so I would have it checked before using it again.

Most machines have a water-stop feature - so if it develops a leak - it will shut off the water. This clearly didn't happen.

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Bosch SHU3036UC draining on wash cycle


it is probably going to be a grimy door thermostat between the inner and outer panel. its hooked into the back of the soap dispenser. someone would have to take the outer panel off then clean wipe away the caked grime from the thermostat and put it back in its place. if this doesnt fix it then it could be a heat assembly problem or timer problem. in that case you would need an appliance tech out

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Bosch dishwasher = machine on but no water, so the lower basin has water in it and because of it the FLOOD CONTROL SWITCH IS ON, so how do I drain the rest of the water so the FLOOD CONTROL SWITCH goes...


If you can see the water use a shop vac if not you will have to pull the unit out and remove the left side panel after removeing the water you will need to find the leak that caused the bottom to fill with water

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My bosch shu5315 cycles fine but when finished water is not draining completely. checked screen-cleaned-and problem still exists. Is it the heater? If so how hard to replace?.Note: remaining water fills...


check your airgap by the faucet of your sink. usually a metal cylinder is the cap. then you might have tabs to press in, or the top of the airgap can unscrew. usually i find stuff in there. mostly fishbones.. otherwise make sure the holes towards the bottem left of your dishwasher tub under your filters arnt clogged up. sometimes calcium gets in there a clogs those holes to the drain pump.

if no airgap then check that hole to the disposer. reach your finger in there towards where the dishwasher drain line is coming in and make sure that isnt clogged up.

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No water enters, the dishwasher runs but just sounds like a buzz the entire cycle. It's a Bosch, about 3 years old


check and see if there is water in the base by removing the toe kick. if so then it activated your float micro switch. clear the water from the base. i use a wet vac, but if you don't have one just soak it up with towels. once that styrofoam piece on the left side of the base isnt submerged in water anymore then it should start. it could be a broken hose or bad part. check hoses if you have a rat or mouse lingering. otherwise i have also seen flexable cutting boards blocking the condensation hole on the inside of the tank on the right wall. if you think it was that then just keep those flexy cutting boards on the left side or top rack.

if no water is down there.. then where that styrofoam piece sets on the left side. find that red plastic rod and flip it upward a few times to un-stick the float switch with the dishwasher unplugged first of course.

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There is a recall on the control board of many of these models, butyour problem is likely not related. I have written a guide to help. It is here. Thanks!

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u need more info first what happens when u shut the door and start a cycle

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this may be due to a leak which you are not aware of. there is a float switch in the base which if operates, turns on the drain pump and nothing else. to check, tilt the appliance backwards 45 deg and see if water comes out of the back. if so, you are faced with identifying the leak which is often the main pump

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