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No water Keep running cycle with no water.

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  • foolish-1 Feb 21, 2008

    I have a new Bosch she45m02uc. I run the cycle but no water? The manual does not show any help or trouble shooting. Can you help?



    Matt



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  • wrankw Mar 06, 2008

    My problem resolved after we realized there were 2 shutoff valvues under the sink.

    Take a really good look under there and make sure they are all on.

    Good luck!

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I figured it out. On the main control buttons, I pushed the cancal/reset buttons at the same time (they have a black dot underneither each). I then push the on/off button to save the change. Turned it back on and it worked!

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I hope this helps the problem I had was the same I had water in the bottom pan I took it out and tipped it onto it's face to drain the water out and put it back together and now it is working fine I hope you have as good of luck as I did

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