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Bosch exxl 7. When you select a cycle it automatically thinks the cycle has finished

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SOURCE: annoying beep when wash cycle finishes on bosch classixx 1400 express

Starting with the rotary switch in the off position, turn it one click clockwise, press and hold on the bottom right hand button, turn the rotary switch one more click CW and release the button. The number displayed is the volume for button presses, press the centre right hand button to increase/turn off (0). Turn the rotary switch one more click CW to select end of cycle volume, agjust and set the rotary switch to off to leave set up mode.

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