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Sounds like heater fault......

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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How long is the wash cycle?


seems abnormally long as most full wash cycles ore only 60 minutes unless you include a soak section in the wash which will take longer
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Possible bad igniter...igniter should read somewhere from 50-90 ohms. If not it is going bad. Remove igniter (don't touch carbon silicon rods) see if you see minute cracks or white spots. If ohms testing reads in 90 or above range , replace igniter. ( note some rheem, rudd and weather king igniters normal ohm range can be 130-150 ohms).. You might also want to check the igniters connections and control board module to make sure the the igniter is betting the proper voltage to get the igniter hot enough.. 110 volts or about is the input norm to the igniter.

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Makes ice for 3 cycles then stops running.Can turn off then on again to make more ice for a couple more cycles.


check the cycle time for a batch of ice. should take around 15 minutes to freeze and then you will hear the harvest cycle kick in. If the harvest cycle takes 3 minutes or more that is your problem. You will need to get a hold of NICKEL SAFE ICE MACHINE CLEANER. DO NOT use CLR or any kind of cleaner other than NICKEL SAFE ICE MACHINE CLEANER. If the ice doesn't fall off of the plate in about 90 seconds either the plate is dirty or the nickel plating has come off. There is a failsafe shut down if the unit takes more than 60 minutes to freeze or more than 3 minutes to harvest 3 consecutive times. The cleaning instructions should be inside of one of the covers. If not it's available online.

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Bosch dishwasher actual runtime versus indicated runtime.


The usual discrepancies with run times is due to water heating time.
For example, your dishwasher may be estimating run time + time to heat the water from cold.
If your dishwasher is connected to hot water instead of cold, it will skip the majority of the heat cycle and adjust the time accordingly.
On the other hand for other people, their dishwasher brands may say "50 minute wash" but this does not take into account heating time, so wash can be anything up to around 70-80 minutes.

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The washing machine is taking longer time


You can check that pump filter which is behind the base plinth, also check that the water entering the machine is at a reasonable pressure. If the machine is taking a longer time to wash and both inlet and the outlet of water is ok, it is more than likely a wash side heater fault. Basically, you set, for example. a 40 degree cycle, the heater does not operate and the water never reaches the required temp, the machine ventually times out on the heat phase and then moves on to the rinses or aborts to the end of the cycle.

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How to remove the E5 error


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Canon 8580 E000 The temperature of the upper fixing roller has not increased above the specified level 90 seconds after switching power on. The temperature of the upper fixing roller does not reach 150 C within 8 minutes after switching power ON. The temperature of the upper fixing roller does not reach 180 C within 5 minutes of reaching 150 C. The temperature of the upper fixing roller drops below 50 C during STANDBY. E001 The temperature of the upper fixing roller exceeds 250 C. E005 The length of fixing assembly cleaning belt wound on the take-up reel exceeds the specified length. E010 When two or more clock pulses are not inputted for a period of 2 seconds after a MAIN MOTOR DRIVE command is generated.

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TAKES A LONG TIME,


Takes a long time to what? If the entire cycle seems to take forever, one suggestion is to make sure your hot water heater is turned up. Most dishwashers requires the water to be a minimum of 120 degrees before the timer will begin. If you are using a Sani-Wash cycle, then the water need to heat up to 165 degrees. The heater can only heat the water 1 degree per minute, so if the water coming in to the dishwasher is only 100 degrees, it will take an additional 65 minutes before it will even start the cycle. You can also make sure you get the water at the sink hot before you start the dishwasher, this will ensure the hottest water is going in (only fills for 90 seconds).

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