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Bosch dry model wte86300 us/02 ser.no,fd8705200147. runs for 5 to 10 min.and stop.timer must be reset. runs same of time and stop this is a vent less there is novent hose!!! CAN YOU HELP MOE

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  • gaspumper1 May 18, 2009

    WHAT ABOUT CODE F03 WHEN DRY STOP MOE

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    waiting for tec.get info.from bosch.your s

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Hi,
To check the moisture sensors. Make sure the dyer is plugged in and all controls are set to off. Next to get into the diagnostic mode press more time, less time, more time, less time, all within 5 seconds. Now all indecator lights on the console are lit up with 88 in the " time remaining" display, if the test mode has been entered. Now this how to check the moisture sensors. Open the dryer door. You may hear a beep sound and the software revision number will be displayed on the console. If this happens there is a short in the moisture sensor system and the moisture sensors need to be checked and probably replaced. If this doesn`t happen,locate the moisture sensors on the face of the lintscreen housing and lay a wet cloth or towell across them. You should hear a beep and the software number will be diplayed on the console. If this happens then the moisture sensors have past the test and your problem is even deaper into the electronics and may reqiure a technician to trace this problem down.I hope this has helped you.

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  • Sandeep Gupta May 18, 2009

    This indicates that the wash thermistor is "Open Circuit" and I think
    it is situated on the heater assy at the back of the machine.



    Check the wiring and contacts between the thermistor and the PCB. If
    you still get the fault it could be the Thermistor ( which means
    replacing the heater ) or a faulty board.

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Hi. this is a Operating module(timer) malfunction. simply replacing this device will fix this issue.

This particular module is the brain of the unit. it times the dryer functions and it also regulates the heat level in conjunction with the temp regulator.

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