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BOSH Model: SGS43E72EU/73 My dishwasher incoming

BOSH Model: SGS43E72EU/73 My dishwasher incoming water solenoid valve (at the beginning of the flexible hose) never stop! so when the water is to high the safety switch located on the side is switch ON and the water drain /go IN no stop. Which sensor give the signal to the S.Valve to Switch ON/OFF? Any schematic electrical diagram to check how is work? I already check the functionality of the incoming water Solenoid valve located at the beginning of the flexible hose (220 V supply water go in & stop supply, water stop) TKS for your Help Jacques

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SOURCE: Water supply to my Bosch SHE43CO5UC/17 dishwasher

Could be a dirty hose filter or faulty inlet valve. Ther could be a leak and the bottom of the unit has flooded activating the flood safety which will cut the water supply. The pressure chamber and/or the hose pressure chamber to sumo could be block (take of left side panel and these are at the bottom right). Finally, the aquastop (grey box connected to the mains water supply that feeds the d/w) could be activated, faulty or fitted in the wrong position
Hope this gives you some where to start..

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You may have dislocated the connection that controls the AquaStop circuit.

This is linked to the inlet hose. Either the connector linking the inlet tap to the inlet valve is loose or the float switch has triggered.

Check the diagrams on this site. The float circuit is shown in the base assembly.

I hope this helps. In case you want more details I will need the full model number of the dishwasher. The 5-6 additional characters after SHU53.

Posted on Jan 25, 2011

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