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My bosch washing machine has water in the base pan, how do i remove the water

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I'm getting an E:15 on my new Bosch dishwasher and nothing works, how do I fix it?


E15 means that water has gotten into the base pan below the dishwasher and it is now in flood mode. You've probably noticed that the drain pump will run all the time now as well. What that means is that water has worked it's way down into the base pan below the dishwasher tub causing the unit to do nothing but drain. This is normally caused by the drain being clogged or too many suds in the tub causing the tub to overflow a bit. Either way, you'll need to uninstall the dishwasher and tip it forward at a 45 degree angle to drain the water out of the base pan. Be sure to put a towel under the dishwasher first so that the water is soaked up in the towel instead of going all over the floor. Once you've drained all the water out of the base pan, reinstall the dishwasher and pour a gallon of water in the dishwasher. If it drains it out right away and doesn't wash or refill, you still have water left in the base pan to try again, otherwise you're good to go.
Now if you don't want to do all this work just to get your dishwasher working again and you have time, let the dishwasher just sit unused for a week and the water in the base pan will evaporate as time goes on and the dishwasher will start working again after a week.

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Some modules have a flood safety in the base, if you have a leak (leaky valve, hole in door gasket etc) the base pan has a disc that floats and operate a microswitch and all the machine will do is pump ( you mat get a fault code displayed or flashing lights). Pull the machine forward on to large towel and tip it forward (pull from the back so it is sitting only on its front feet) if water seeps from underneath this will be the problem. If this is the case, you may find that the machine will start to work again, you will have to trace the leak or the float will just activate when the base pan fills again. Hope this helps, if you need any further assistance please add comment.

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Bosch classixx dishwasher wont drain


Ive had this happen on mine too. remove the filters in the bottom. squirt washing up liquid into the space-- liberally dont be shy!
Boil pans of water, boil the kettle. pour water into the space where the filters normally are. Fill the base of the dishwasher completely. Next close the door and repeatedly use the Reset feature. Eventually the pump will clear and kick back into life. Its a build up of fats, and sludge that causes the pump to appear to seize--the washing up liquid and boiling water see to that.

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Usually means there is water in the base pan and the flood safety has been activated. If you tip the unit forward a touch you will most likely find that water is expelled from the bottom front. The machine should work but obviously the source of the leak has to be found. Check door gasket for tears etc, water valves and drain hoses.
Hope this helps.

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this has just happened to my Bosch, means the base pan is leaking water...I've had 4 problems with mine in the past and WILL NOT BUY BOSCH AGAIN, poor customer service too.

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Sounds like a baby sock stuck in the drain. Remove the access door bottom right. Reach in and unscrew drain cover slowly and a little at a time. Put a sheet pan under it to catch the water as it drains. It’ll fill the sheet pan a couple of times so have patients. That’s where your clog will probably be.

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without a brand or model number its hard to be sure, but some types have a float cut out switch inside the washer. Its on the bottom inside and kind of resembles a plastic mushroom. The top should lift up and down easily. detergent will clog it up and keep it from moving. Just clean all the soap caked on it and move it up and down to see it it pushes a little switch underneath.

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