Question about Bosch 24 in. SGS56E02 Exxcel Built-in Dishwasher
We've had our Bosch SGS56E02 for a couple of years, and it's worked very well up to now.
Over the past week, though, it's run through a cycle perfectly adequately until it's time for the drying phase.
What's happening is that it finishes the 'Rinse' and then whirrs away, with the 'Rinse' light on when it should be drying.
It seems to be draining OK during the course of the main wash, and the dishes are actually being cleaned (which is a relief!)
Having surfed around to find out what might have caused this, we've cleared out the filters and made sure there are no blockages. I've also had the front off, and looked at the main board to see if there are any obviously burned out bits (it's a 356001806, by the way).
I've checked the waste outlet - no obvious blockages.
So.. I guess the question is: has the drying circuit blown up, or has the electronic control system thing gone wonky, or is there something else a bit wrong? Hope someone can help :)
SOURCE: Bosch Dishwaher shy56a
Certainly sounds like the float is stuck in the over filled position or possible a bad float switch. Could also be a bad water fill valve - if you can blow air through it when removed then you need to replace it. You can follow this link to troubleshoot your washer, but note that its not exactly for your model - http://www.thermador.com/replacementparts/main/pdfs/SHU-complete-troubleshooting-guide.pdf Good luck!
Posted on Mar 26, 2006
It seem that your DW drain it's water by syphon action. Check if the drain hose is properly installed as a U shape; otherwise the DW can drain itself at any time, leaving the soap undissolved .
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
try removing pump some models can be serviced fron inside well of machine glass can stop the pump from turning
clean out water and remove filters find a screw in base of well remove and remove pump housing check with torch to see if any obstuctions there if not see if the impellor moves around when turned and make shure that the pump is not worn out
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
That is because the water level switch activated by the floating sensor is stuck.
You probably need to have the water level switch replaced.
You can find parts on websites below:
You can find replacement water level switch , and schematics on websites below:
BSH - Bosch Customer Service
Appliance411: Repair Parts
how to mend it .com - ~~ Wiring diagram for BOSCH Dishwasher.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I have a guide here to walk you through the process of clearing the drain system. You most likely have a clog somewhere and the dishwasher can't proceed because it would cause it to flood.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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