Question about Bosch Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bosch dishwasher error code c1
Pump-out not accomplished in normal time.
Check the drainage and replace or reposition the drain hose,Clean it out by running the disposer.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
E15 means that unit doesn't think it's getting water
If there is not water inside the tub then you have a problem with your electronic water valve and will need to have it replaced. If you do have water inside but it's still giving you the error, then you have a bad flow meter that iwll need to be replaced
Posted on Nov 18, 2012
SOURCE: What is error code 2H
My Bosch dishwasher did the same thing. When the wash cycle starts, the dishwasher fills with water and then the heater is supposed to turn on to heat the water. If the water does not heat, then it will display 2H continuously. The heating element may be bad, but a more likely cause is with the control module. Bosch has a problem with the control module printed circuit (pc) board that powers the heater on many models. The solution requires some technical expertise and soldering skills. The details are explained in the document "Bosch dishwasher troubleshooting tips" on page 11. Download here
Bosch recommends re-soldering the connection, which is a temporary fix. The problem is that the copper conductor (called a trace) on the circuit board is not wide enough to handle the current required for the heating element, and as a result the copper trace overheats, causing the solder to melt on the relay connection. The best solution is to remove the control module PC board and solder a short length of copper wire between the pins to prevent the overheating problem, as shown in the attached photo (magnified portion of PC board). I did this on my dishwasher and it has been trouble-free for over 3 years.
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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