Question about Bosch 24 in. SGS47E02 Exxcel Free-standing Dishwasher
The dishes on the bottom rack are suddenly not getting clean. We have taken the bottom sprayer off and ran water through it and there doesn't seem to be a obstruction. What do we do next? We have the same problem. It's a different model, but the same issue where the bottom rack is not being cleaned properly; almost as if the bottom spinner is blocked, but we've taken it apart and there doesn't seem to be a problem. Any help is really appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like you have a broken chopper. have you checked the chopper how far have you taken it apart? if the unit is put back together point all wash arms in the same direction turn the dishwasher on after it has started washing give it about 2-3 minutes open the door and see what wash arm is not moveing. if the upper wash arm is not moveing you need to check the chopper.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Testimonial: "THANKS SO MUCH. WE REALLY HATED WASHING THE DISHES BY HAND. THE CHOPPER HAD FALLEN OFF AND JUST NEEDED TO BE PUT BACK IN ITS PLACE."
SOURCE: dishes not washing clean
check water level in machine
may be not filling enough and the wash pump is starved from water thus not pushing water to upper arm
drain water from machine dismantle and clean out air tube to pressure switch take off air tube at pressure switch and blow back into sump then pinch air tube with fingers to stop air from flowing back up tube then refit to p/s
run and see if that solves problem
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: JDB1100AWS not rinsing
if your filter assembly is clogged you are going to need to clean it. if it is really bad then it should be replaced. the part number is 99003292 and would probable cost about $30. the other thing is start your dishwasher on a rinse cycle and see if you have suds in the bottom do not put additional detergent in while checking this. if you have suds run vinegar in the dishwasher to help get rid of the suds as that can cause the same problem. Let me know if you need additional info
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Hi, Logmanup (slight bouts with dyslexia, sorry)
By "spinning water dispensers", I assume you mean the spray arms, right? OK... if they are getting clogged with debris it would be nice to know what kind of debris. Pieces of broken glass? Plastic? Lime scale? Iron? And yes, when they get clogged they won't rotate, won't allow pressurized water through and therefore won't clean the dishes.
For the purpose of this solution, I'll assume that there are little white particles clogging up the jets on the spray arms. This indicates hard water and lime scale build up.
Other than completely disassembling the entire motor/pump assy. (you really don't want to go there), the best way to clear this out of the system is to use an over the counter chemical called Dishwasher Magic or something similar. If the lime scale build up is really bad (and it sounds like it is), use a couple of bottles to start with and follow up with a bottle per month thereafter.
As an aside... If I assumed correctly about the lime scale build up, that means that it's also affecting other appliances as well. Mainly, your hot water heater. If you haven't done it before, please read this to perform maintenance on it. And a product something like this for your washing machine.
I hope this was helpful. Let us know if this works or not. If not, please write back and we'll go a little deeper.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Check the pump out. Even though the Hose is and tubes are clear it does not necessarily mean that the pump is not pumping water to the top sprayer. One way you can do this is take off the upper spray tube and lay it in a glass or bowl and turn on your machine for a minute or so to get the water flowing if it flows then I would take off the spray assembly itself and make sure that there is no blockage on the bearing race
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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