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Under counter Bosch,grinding noise

When first turned on it sounds like a grinding noise, then stops and cleans as usual quite... toward the end of cycle it grinds stops grinds stops then dry cycle quite then it beeps and done. Where is this noise from? 4yrs old

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It sound like a pump issue. Open the service panel, remove the pump and try to rotate its pulley manually, it should turn freely.In case it doesn't,check if it is clear from any foreign object or it should be replaced. Good luck !

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It seems as though you have changed everything.

A grinding noise is associated with something turning or rubbing against something. The only other thing that springs to mind are the drive shafts, which have splined ends. The link below will show you generic images of driveshafts
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Each end of the drive shaft is splined. One end fits into the gearbox and the other end attaches to the road hub of the road wheel.

It's usually the hub (universal joint that allows the wheel to turn)/ wheel end of the drive shaft that wears. It may be that the grinding noise has been more pronounced when turning? And the grinding noise is coming from just one side?

A new drive shaft isn't cheap although second hand ones are readily available. replacing a driveshaft isn't a particularly difficult job.

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