First of all thanks to everyone who posts on here as it has helped me get to where I am at the moment.
My dishwashwer just gave up the ghost, so with help from here i have got it to go so far then stops.
I had to change the inlet solenoid for starters as no water was coming in. It would then rinse and empty and stop, so I cleaned out the float switch ( very sludgey lol).
Now I have got to the heating but it stops with water in the bottom and the end light comes on.
I know what you are thinking, the heater matrix. This is where it gets confusing. While I had my head down and turning on the washer, I didn't realise that my son was leaning on the three program buttons. It started with two program buttons flashing. I let it run. Believe it or not it did a cycle and warmed up the water.
Controler unit faulty?
Does anyone know where I could get a schematic or have any ideas, to try and save me £100.
Thanks in advance. Ian
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Hello, welcome to FixYa. While I don't have access to my PC files at the moment as I am on my iphone, I believe this is the procedure for most B/S/H/ built dishwashers ( that means Bosch, Thermador, Siemens and Gaggenau ).
To Enable or Disable the Cycle Completion Signal...
1. Open the door, hold down the ?Quick Wash?
button and simultaneously turn the Dishwasher on.
The ?Quick Wash? light will blink (program mode).
2. While the light is still blinking, push the ?Quick
? If the machine beeps, then the Cycle
Completion Signal has been enabled.
? When you push the button again and it
doesn?t beep, it means that the Cycle
Completion Signal has been disabled.
3. Turn the Dishwasher off to take it out of
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Hi and welcome to Fixya. Based on your post, I would start by first shutting off the breaker. Then removing the kick plate ( access panel at the bottom ) and checking the wiring at the junction box for the dishwasher 120vac supply line. Remove the murret's and visually inspect the wire for "resistance burn" and strip the wires back and install new fastener's if necessary to repair. This is actually quite common to find a wire connector come loose due to improper fastening and once the unit is in use for a while the connections heat & cool, become loose from normal operating vibrations and burn up from all the added heat caused by "resistance". The end result is no power to the controls. Check it out and post back what you find. Thanks for visiting "fixya" and please take a moment to rate the solution/suggestion provided here for you. Good luck. Macmarkus :)
every bosch dishwasher unit is different. you can get odor from different source. #1 solution to fight odor is the proper maintenance. every month run the cycle with just a cup of vinegar on a hot wash. i am a old bosch tech and alot of people dont add the jet dry properly. this is for drying,spots and-cleaning you must add the jet dry or rinse agent (same thing)into the compartment. close compartment,then lower and raise door 3 times,then fill again repeat until you cant add anymore then it is filled.if this help please send me a 4 thumbs up post. thanks