Question about Bosch Dishwashers
My machine turns on but timer display of cycle doesnt show so dishwasher doesnt work what do you think is wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dishwasher drain solenoid
Snoopy, first of all you did a good thing when you ordered the timer. I have got stung on this model by just changing the solenoid. The fact is the timer is stalling and sending too much voltage to the solenoid and burning it up. Just order the new solenoid and install it. The solenoid is a AC circuit so it doesn't matter which way the harness is on, you should be just fine with the new timer..Catriver..post back.
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
SOURCE: Dishwasher not completing cycles
Is the water being heated??? When the timer reaches the stage where it will not move forward any further, after 5 minutes or so, open the door & see if the water is heating up. The timer often waits for the water to reach the correct temperature. Temp is measured by the thermostat. If the element tests OK, then it could be the relay that switches the element. The relay is turned on & off by the timer. I would say that if the timer is OK & the element has the correct resistance, then it is is more likely to be the relay. Last resort would be the thermostat, but my money is on the relay.
Posted on Aug 01, 2007
SOURCE: Timer on dishwasher not working
ok start the washer after it fills and starts washing open the door again and turn the dial to drain shut the door see if it drains if it does then open the door and turn it to heated dry shut the door and get you a small glass of warm water let it sit in heated dry for about 3 minutes open the door and pour the water on the heating element and let me know if it sizzles
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
SOURCE: no water entering the machine
be sure flood control float is in place ..under rack..check flood control switch under bottom of dishwasher...check inlet valve and timer
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
The dishwasher must get to 70c to advance thru the heating cycle.. check to see if the heater is coming on( lots of steam coming out when you open the door )..not getting hot then you could have a heater problem. if you are getting hot then you have a Thermo ... the thermo holds the the dishwasher until the temp reaches 70c before it will let it go into the next cycle...the thermo is under the dishwasher at the right side, white with two wires .. it screws into the tub...hope it helps it not let me know and I can help you more...
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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