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Bosch dishwasher Water pump not stopping

The water extractor pump does not stop and the timer does not go to 0 sometimes. Stays on 1. The pump seems to run for the last +-50 mins of the cycle. Otherwise seems to wash the dishes ok. Sometimes the cycle has to be reset before starting ok.
Its is almost 8 years old now.

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    Ginko May 11, 2010

    Hi.

    You need to replace the pressure switch located near to the pump, in the drain assembly.
    The main function of the pressure switch is to turn off pump when there is no more water.
    The pressure switch can be tested reading ohms on switch contacts and jumping the switch. This must be done by a technician.

    You can get parts and a quote on repair calling Bosch at the number listed on the manual.

    Regards.


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Hi.

You need to replace the pressure switch located near to the pump, in the drain assembly.
The main function of the pressure switch is to turn off pump when there is no more water.
The pressure switch can be tested reading ohms on switch contacts and jumping the switch. This must be done by a technician.

You can get parts and a quote on repair calling Bosch at the number listed on the manual.

Regards.

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