I have the above model Bosch dishwasher and have misplaced the manual. Having trouble figuring out the correct sequence to get the desired heat when drying. If possible I would like a replacement manual for my dishwasher.
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Some suggestions: try pushing the drain/cancel buttons and see if that drains the water; check the filter or trap in the bottom of the dishwasher for blockage; check the hose that links the dishwasher to the under-sink drain pipe for blockage. You could google the model number and find the owners manual, which might have trouble shooting suggestions.
you need to check the water solenoid valve. if you follow the water line coming into the dishwasher you will find the valve(first spot in the water line with two wires coming from it) if you pull the wires off you should see 110 v when it is trying to fill with water if you do then test the valve for continuity.
My Bosch intergreted dishwasher is only 3 years old. For the past year, the dishwasher dispenser refuses to open on the second cycle. We have had the repair man here 3 times, and each time he says it's fixed,but it clearly is not. Does anyone know what to do about this??
Your question is: you have a ge dishwasher you purchased two years ago. you have misplaced your owners manual. you can only tell you it is a ge quietpower 3. you don't even know the model since you've misplaced your owners manual. it started with the timer for speed cycle set itself between 50 and 60 minutes, and you knew that wasn't right. and then yesterday it did not drain all the water out. you know there is no food particles in it because you clean them before you put them in the washer and the drain line it is hooked up to is working proberly also. can i help?
First, the model and serial numbers are in the door jam. Open the door and look right and left.
The rest sounds like a bad control board, It will require a pro. If the d/w has a few years on it you may want to consider the price of repair verses replacement.
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OK, I think I have figured this out. Let me first give this important piece of information. The control panel for my dishwasher was replaced recently. That's why I now have to deal with this issue. I have a Bosch SHY66C model. As I stated in a previous post, the user manual I found on the web has identical structions for changing the amount of rinse aid dispensed and for changing the volume on the cycle completion beeper (or for disabling it). Following the instructions fixed the former.
Here is what I did
1) With dishwasher off, I pressed and held the "Delay Start Hours" button
2) I pressed the on/off button. The beeper begin to sound.
3) I released both buttons (not sure this step is necessary)
4) I repeatedly pressed the "Delay Start Hours" button until the signal turned off
(LED display showed 0)
5) I pressed the on/off button (not sure this still is necessary)
That seems to have fixed the problem. So, I don't know if the user manual is wrong or my control panel was replaced with one from a different model (such as the SHU9950 where I found these instructions).