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Dishwasher without power

I have a Bosch s10r1b dishwasher. Suddenly during its cycle it shut down. It appears to have no power at all now.

What could be the problem?

Sincerely

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  • thomas259 Sep 06, 2009

    I already checked the electrical source and its ok. Problem must be in the dishwasher. Is there a fuse inside?

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Check the electrical source. Possibly the breaker blew or he plug went bad.

The electrical load varies drastically during a cycle due to heater, motor, etc. If the breaker blew, ONLY reset it ONCE to try as there may have been a serious problem within the dishwasher. ALSO if the unit shares the power with another device that could cause the problem.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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