- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Remove the fan and motor assembly from the hood (the fan motor will plug into the hood housing) and using an electrical motor cleaner (such as CRC electrical motor cleaner available from your local auto parts store) wash the motor and fan as completely as possible, lubricate the end bearings (sparingly) with a very light oil such as sewing machine oil, gun oil or as a last resort 3 in 1 oil. Hope this helps.
Hi, It is possible that if you can get the motor out of there and get some WD-40 worked into the bearings you can get it running again... turn it so the shaft is pointing up and then spray the WD-40 right on the shaft and let it run down and into the bearing...
once you get the shaft spinning more freely then place a few drops of light motor oil or sewing machine oil on the shaft and let it run into the bearing before turning the motor from the shaft up position and reinstalling...
Hi, Congratulations on owning one great dishwasher. There are only a few things that can and do go wrong or wear down. Please click HERE to see exact instructions set up just for this situation. If this get's you going please rate my high and pass along a good comment. Thank you for letting the FIxYa Team help. Gary.
No you did good in ordering a latch ,that is a common issue i find with the bosch d/w, for no apparent reason the latch locks itself with the door open. Look at the door where the male part of the latch goes into the door, you will see that is locked. if you take it apart and manually unlock the latch u stand to break it. Again you did good on ordering the latch.
Thanks for your question! I'm sorry that you haven't received an answer yet. The response rate on FixYa FREE questions is usually over 80%, but sometimes questions go un-answered when: 1. the question is unclear, incomplete, or poorly worded... 2. the question is mis-categorized - so the correct experts aren't viewing it... 3. the question requires an answer for something that cannot be explained online adequately... 4. specific training, tools, or equipment are required to avoid injury or death... 5. the Experts that are online simply don't have the resources to answer your question fully... Please feel free to re-work your question if you feel one of these may be the reason. Of course you are not required - but converting your question to a PAID one usually increases the reply rate as well. Normal rates for FixYa are... $ 9.99 answer for one question. $12.99 Live Real-Time online chat or premium e-mail support. $29.99 Live Real Time phone support Sometimes FixYa will run specials for unlimited questions via monthly subscription or reduced rates for limited periods.
Consider the savings that can be had when an informed Expert can save you a $100 service call, or a $350 trip to the car dealership. Your problem solved - guaranteed! Or your money back!!
If you don't want to pay - feel free to re-submit your question so it returns back to the top of the work queue if you still need help.
Thanks for using FixYa - a 4 THUMBS rating is appreciated for helping with your FREE question