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Bosch shu5302uc - overfill pump wont quit running

Cleaned out my filter in the bottom and when I turned it back on it started to drain and wont stop. All I think I have to do is reset the system. Need help.

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  • spasecowboy Feb 07, 2008

    I have unpluged the unit from the wall for over 10 min. and still nothing

  • Hittman Feb 27, 2008

    Helo please help if you can. I have a BOSCH SHU5305UC. I had a clog in the sink drain and the water backed up into the washer. I fixed the clog and reset the cycle turned the machine back on the water pumped out but the motor keeps running and dosen't fill with water it worked just fine pryor to this can someone please help me. Thank you

  • Hittman Feb 27, 2008

    I did unplug it and the motor runs but still dosen't fill

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I had the same problem and I had to take the unit out of it's cabinetand tip it forward to get the water out of the bottom pan I let it set on it's face for about 20 min. put it together and it is back in working order hope this helps

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Have you tried to shut down the breaker for the unit and turn it back on ??

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