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My Bosch integrated dishwasher(model SGV56A03 GB/12) runs through the cycle but doesn't stop at the end of the cycle. It continues to heat water and it sounds like the motor is running even though the time indicator shows 0 minutes. I have to manually switch it off. Any ideas before I call out an engineer. I have checked all the filters etc included in the troubleshooter info anf there are no blockages.

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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.

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check fuse in plug top,if its not that it could be door switch 30 years repairing. Close Ire....

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SOURCE: Problem with Bosch built-in Dishwasher Model SHU6806UC

I had the same problem and just today replaced the control board module. Purchased the control module online and installed in myself. Was not that difficult. undo the screws (torx screw driver needed) unhook the connections to the board and label all. Pull the board out and open, found burned connectors. Now works like a dream.

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SOURCE: Bosch SHU53A dischwasher runs continuously without water

check and see if there is water in the base by removing the toe kick. if so then it activated your float micro switch. clear the water from the base. i use a wet vac, but if you don't have one just soak it up with towels. once that styrofoam piece on the left side of the base isnt submerged in water anymore then it should start. it could be a broken hose or bad part. check hoses if you have a rat or mouse lingering. otherwise i have also seen flexable cutting boards blocking the condensation hole on the inside of the tank on the right wall. if you think it was that then just keep those flexy cutting boards on the left side or top rack.

if no water is down there.. then where that styrofoam piece sets on the left side. find that red plastic rod and flip it upward a few times to un-stick the float switch with the dishwasher unplugged first of course.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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The Water Supply Tap is closed. The Water Supply is shut off. The Inlet Hose is kinked. The Water Pressure is very low. (below 10 psi) Inlet Valve is OK? The filter of Inlet Valve is clogged by impure water. The Hall sensor is OK? The Impeller of Air Guide is bound
Measure the electric resistance of Inlet Valve. (950-1300 ) Clean the filter of Inlet Valve. Check the frequency of Inlet Water by the Test Mode. Replace the Air Braker.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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