Question about Bosch Dishwashers
I need to replace the drain hose for a Bosch SHE53TF5UC. The hose connects to the dishwasher in a plastic housing that doesn't seem to be removable. The hose connection does not have a clamp, but some type of compression fitting Do I just pull the old house out of the connection and insert the new hose?
Can you loosen the connection? Most compression fittings will loosen to release
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Replacing a drain hose
If you remove the steel left side panel you can see that the drain hose only extends a short way into the machine. Where the hose enters the pan is a white clip that has a small square hole this clip can either be removed by pushing on it from the inside or prying the small square hole with a screwdriver. the drain hose is held in place by a black triangular clip on the plastic drain loop simply pull the clip off and slide the drain hose down then pull it out from the back of the machine.
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
SOURCE: No water goes into dishwasher.
I've experienced the same thing. Try very slowly rotating timer dial, click by click, until the water starts. Sometimes 3 or 4 clicks will start water. (You're advancing the clock.) Usually water starts in before the dial points to, "Short Wash." If this doesn't work, advance the dial to, "Off," unlock and open the door, reset, close, the soap dispenser, close and lock the door, and slowly advance the dial until the unit starts. I think this problem is a clock to pump issue and what I've described does a reset of the system. This happens to me once or twice per month. Poor engineering but still better than buying a new machine...at least 'till now.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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Hi, Welocome to Fixya. You just need to remove the small plastic holding tab at the back where the hose exits the machine. Then along the left side ( from the front...right side from back ) remove the side panel and the hose will simply pull out of place. Hope that answer's your question, let me know how you make out. Thanks for visiting "fixya" today. Please take a moment to leave a comment and also rate the solution provided accordingly. Good luck. Macmarkus :)
Posted on May 29, 2010
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