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Woke this mornig to find the Bosch dishwaser had tripped the electrics and now will not power on. It was almost through the cycle. There is water still in the bottom though.

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The main problem when a dishwsher trips your power is the element has failed. Basically you will need to replace the element and problem solved.
Hope this helps!?

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