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Re: do you have any schematics to put the front plate...
They go in the lower section of the door panel to prevent it from bowing and popping. If you look at how the insulation is cut you will see, I think they face sideways. You may also have an imprint on the sheetmetal of the door about 4" up from bottom if I recall
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it looks like the Cyan Unit is not set correctly, so you need to open the front door, in the area behind the front door up you will see the toner bottles under the bottles it has a cream-white plate, you will see in the middle of the plate one handle - leveler which is blocked with a plastic piece, which have a ***** in the middle remove the ***** than remove the plastic piece, after that pull the handle - leveler up to be set from horizontal position into 45 degrees angle upwards. After that in the upper right corner of the plate you will see another handle- leveler. This one you need to set from horizontal position into vertical position upwards. After you move the both leveler, you will need to pull the hole cream-white plate toward you. Inside you will see 4 boxes (PCU's) with green levelers. Put inside firmly the cyan box (PCU) under the Cyan box, below the box writes on a sticker Cyan.. After you do this close back the creame-white plate, put the both levelers into horizontal position and close the the front door. If the problem persist than is not just a small fix...That is for now, if the problem continues please ask more guestions. Good Luck. :)
Oops. It's possible that the incorrectly inserted plate caused the machine to malfunction. It may need to be sent to the factory so the computerized controls can be recalibrated. Call Vollara (new name for EcoQuest) Customer Service 800-989-2299.
The hob connectors have colour coded plug ins. They are starting from right to left the red connector is for the front right plate, the white is for the back right plate, the blue is for the the back left plate and the black is for the front left plate.
Now I am not sure of the config in your country but another way to look at this is that The red dot 2000 W (large plate) is connected to the black harness and the red dot 1500 W is connected to the blue harness. The std large plate 1500 W is connected to the white harness and the red harness is for the 1000W small plate.
The wiring onto the actual plates should be accrording to the
colour codes as follows:
The harnesses are all 4 wires and are colour coded blue white ( wiring block 1) , yellow white(block 2), white ( wiring block 3) and the red white block 4. The actual plates are numbered from left to right as 1,2,4,3. But my wiring write up takes it as standard 1 to 4 so do mot worry about the numbers on the plates as some plates have no numbers.
Hope this helps.
I had the same problem after replacing the white panel on my Bosch SHE45M02UC with a stainless panel. I got the C6 error code. I called Bosch customer service twice and neither rep was helpful. One guy told me he didn't know what the C6 code meant. He suggested that I call a local appliance repair guy and he would know what the code meant. I replied, you mean to tell me you work for the manufacturer of the dishwasher and don't know what the error code stands for but a local repair guy that doesn't work for Bosch does?
After all this frustration, I took the panels off and tested the dishwasher with no buttons. It worked fine! Turns out, each identical button isn't identical. Each one is labeled A-G. After putting it back together, no more C6 code! On a side note, try reseting the dishwasher. With the dishwasher on and door closed, hold down the cancel/reset buttons for 5 seconds and release. The disher should drain and reset.
Found your problem while I was trying to solve mine. I can solve yours. Here is the page from my manual about how to remove/replace bobbin housing. I hope you can make this image larger so you can see it clearly. We're limited as to the size of the file we can upload.
you will have to crack it open again like you did before, when you have the metal case and the top guide cover off you will see 4 little rollers , two on each side, these guide the disk in. .
(with the console front facing you) in th middle you will see the offending white stopper, DONT TRY AND FORCE IT DOWN !!! this will really bugger it up.
the problem is , the system thinks there is still a disc in there , so were gunna trick it o.k ?
to do this you need the system on. for the sake of your eyes put the round white cup with the magnet in it over the lens,magnet side up.
VERY IMPORTANT !!! do not touch anything other than i say.....zap!
turn it on and touch the sensor to load it up (hold the cover over it to locate it exactly)
in front of the right front roller you will see a white stick poking up that has its own little track it can travel around. gently guide that stick back , you should notice the system starting to read and all the rollers will slide open (you may have to help them a little (touch only the rollers)
when there all back , you system thinks theres a disc in , so press the eject sensor (line it up with the cover again)
watch with joy as the white stopper drops down.
The disk tray button on the unit is probably being pushed in from the outer cover. When you took it apart and put it together you may have pinched the button in. Very carefully inspect the disk tray button area. The button needs its full range of motion. The faceplate is pushing the button in and that is why it works without it. Or the face plate is making the top cover to press in on the button. Go over the area and watch what the pieces are doing when you assemble the front in regards to the tray button. I had the same problem. Remember these pieces are plastic and after being run (heat) the plastic may want to warp a little since new.
Open the front door On the right side you will notice a handle that you can pull OUTWARDS On the Outside Right half way down towards the back you will see a removable plastic plate - remove it Behind plastic plate is a handle, pull it in and out several times. This will wipe any toner off the laser glass
Chances are the white band will now have gone.
If you need further help, please let me know so I can help you fix the machine.
I had same problem. Turns out there is a filter for the drain pump on this machine, not mentioned in the user manual. Take off the toe plate (the lower panel on the front). There are three screws. (These screws are not normal heads - you will need a Torx driver, either a T-20 or T-25, from any hardware store, plus a holder). The screws are on the very lowest part of the toe plate. When you get the toe plate off, you will see in the middle a round white plastic cover, which you can twist to the left and remove. Some water will flow out when you do this that has been trapped behind the unbelievable gunk that has been building up there since you did your first wash. Might find something you thought you had lost, in fact. Clean that out and put it back and you should be set!