Question about Bosch SHU3305 Dishwasher
I have a shu 3302 bosch diswasher and most of the time the glass are stained with soap like. I cleaned them all with CLR and I have replace my upper feed tube because it was cracked. Even at the soap door you can see traces of the soap that stained on the door. I have also done the test by pressing the specific buttons and no light came on at the end of the test meaning that everything is ok. The water seems to drain ok. I am wondering if maybe the water level is not high enough. when I check the water level in the middle of t he cycle I have about 5/8" inch deep. When I open the door the pressure seem fine and both the top and bottom rotating spay are working fine.
Can you help me with this.
Most of the causes of the problem that you are describing are related to the way the dishes are loaded in the unit. To test this, run it empty and see if the dish soap dissipates.
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Penrod, sounds like a circulation problem. Two things to check first. make sure the upper spray arm is not clogged with debris or split. Second is to twist and remove the filter and clear out any debris where the water enters the circulation pump impeller. If something has jammed the impeller, you would have to remove the dishwasher, remove the tank, remove the circulation motor and clean out the impeller...Catriver...post back.
Posted on Sep 03, 2006
SOURCE: bosch shu 9950
Take off the front panel (10 little screws, two shims will fall out) and you'll see the two handle bolts on the inside of the panel. Tighten 'em; reinstall the panel (good luck figuring out how the shims go back...)
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: My Bosch shu 42 just
When the heating element fails on dishwashers, the wash cycle water can not be heated high enough the activate the DW detergent powder.
Replacing the heating element should fix you right up.
Also, resist the temptation to switch the a cheap, generic powder. A brand name e.g. Electrosol or Cascade powder is proven to work well. The ultra-cheap powder will leave white patches on the dishes and it will not dissolve completely, even when the heating element is working properly.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Don't be afraid now, but , what I'n going to tell you works VERY often. Pour two cups of bleach into the washer and let it run a potscrubber cycle. They do this all the time at restaraunts, yes really! Let me know how this turns out. P.S. leave the machine empty when you run it. Thanks, Dana
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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