Question about Bosch 800 DLX Series SHX68TL5UC Fully Integrated Dishwasher with 16 Place Setting Capacity, 6 Wash Cycles, 5 Options, Duo-Flex Silverware Basket, Flexible Third Rack, 44 dBA and SpeedPerfect Option
Started dishwasher as usual in automatic cycle but was gone from home while it was running. I opened the door to unload clean dishes and display read "Watertap" in red with E:22 on timer. Suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behind the dispensor door there is a small selanoid you will need to replace this, test to see if its open circuit, alternatively you can just place the detergent in side the machine before you put it on a wash cycle is this would have the same effect. the only cycle you can not do this on is the one with the prewash, I think its number 1.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
SOURCE: Bosch dishwasher
Hello guest. seems you have a leak in the base. Looks as though motor is washing dishes but actually its the drain pump thats been activated which doesnt allow the timer to proceed forward.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
I have the same dishwasher and started experiencing the same problem last week. It is now fixed (at least for the moment). Here's what I did first. I checked the drain pan under the machine for water(none), the heater for continuity(okay), the float for binding(none), and the float switch for proper functioning(okay). I tried turning the ckt breaker off for a couple of hours to see if that would reset the control module(no effect). I then dissasembled the front door and removed the control module. I had previously read about the common problem of a cold solder joint on the heater relay pin on the control board. My heater was working and the joint looked good but I resoldered it anyway. I reassembled everything and it worked perfectly! My conclusion is that it was either a cold solder joint that was somehow causing the problem or a connector issue that got resolved during my disassembly/reassembly. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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