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Dishwasher keeps running I have a Bosche dishwasher and the water keeps running. As long as we run it and don't stop it, the pump will continue to drain about every 3 minutes. The water just keeps running though. If we open it to empty the dishes, the cycle will stop. But the water keeps running, filling the tub, and then overflows, flooding the kitchen and drains through our wood floors to the basement below. Our ASKO seems to have a similar problem. I started the dishwasher, and the water kept filling. Opening the door didn't stop it, and eventually it was overflowing. We had to cut off the water to stop it. Any ideas?

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Open up the door, get out the control unit. Pry open the unit's plastic case and look at the board. Burnt spot? If so, the heater circuit burnt out (happens a lot on Bosches) and the control is waiting for the water temp to rise, but of course it dosn't. Thus- long wash times.

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Sounds like a problem with the pressure chamber. you better have a appliance tech come out to fix it.

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unblock your filter. unplug all hoses and electrical cords. tip unit up and clean the filter out. should stop all your problems

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