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I have a Bosch SHU9915UC/U11 dishwasher, installed in 2002. Recently, our hot water heater had to be replaced, and we were without hot water for five days. Air got into the hot water pipes, and dried out all the debri in the lines. When we got the new hot water heater going, all of the sediment in the pipes ended up in the in-line screen filters in various appliances (clothes washer, etc.). I have cleaned these out, and these appliances are fine. Since then, the dishwasher has been shutting itself off about 2 minutes into the cycle, apparently for lack of water flow. I've taken off the kick panel and know where the water inlet line goes (having installed the unit myself). I'm wondering where I might find some kind of in-line screen-type filter that is presumably clogged with debri. Can you help me with this?

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  • Harrison1962 Sep 20, 2009

    OK, let me try this, and I'll get back to you.

  • Harrison1962 Sep 20, 2009

    I have taken the inlet water line off, and am trying to get the valve out. It won't just pull out (electrical connections?). Is there any easy way to get the door off to dramatically improve access? How do I get the valve out? Thanks. I have an i-Phone photo of this if you like.

  • Harrison1962 Sep 20, 2009

    Have you had a chance to answer my question? How can I get the valve out and is there a way to get the door off?
    Thanks.

  • Harrison1962 Sep 20, 2009

    So far, so good, but I'm waiting to hear back from Tom.

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All inlet valves have a screen built into the valve itself,shut off the water remove the entire valve and you will be able to see built in screen,if you flush out the debris from it and re-install the valve it should work fine. 

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