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Where do I find the heating element in Bush DWFS126W dishwasher?

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SOURCE: Bush dishwasher DWFS126W displaying E3

This error indicates a flood in the base of the machine. It maybe the float jammed in the Up position, especially if you have moved the machine.

Posted on Mar 28, 2017

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Does anyone know where I can get a heating element for a bush dish washer DWFS 126 and how easy are they? fit


Bush or Bosch? See the link. Fairly easy to replace usually once you locate it. One wire connection and unscrew it. Put PTFE tap around the threads of the new one and screw it in. Reconnect wire.

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This error indicates a flood in the base of the machine. It maybe the float jammed in the Up position, especially if you have moved the machine.

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E3 fault is caused by the water reaching the required temperature or taking too long to reach temperature. It will be either a malfunction of the temperature sensor or something wrong with the heating element.

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It is very likely the fault is coming from the water heater element.
Will need to replace the two heating elements. Maybe a bit hard to get the parts. Your best bet online is Partsmaster. But not sure if your model is still supported. call them up.

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