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How would I tighten the door handle on a Bosch SHU 9950?

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  • johntemple Aug 30, 2008

    Right side of door handle has worked loose after about 4 years. I called Bosch and they said it was not user-serviceable, and someone would have to take the door apart to fix it (major $$$). So for now, we're relying on the left-hand end of the handle, which is still pretty tight. But sooner or later we'll have to have someone fix it, unless there's a better idea out there.

  • markmal Oct 27, 2008

    Same problem here - maybe a little older, but the right side of the handle is starting to come loose.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    i need a repair manual

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Be sure not to take off the 4 screws along top of the door - they are for the control panel and don't need to be removed for simple handle-tightening. Just spent the last 45 mins on my back under the SHU 9950's door, with a kettle of (cold!) water sitting just above the soap dispenser - the door will spring back up with the front removed. Basically there are three "components" to the shim: the flat side, the short comb side and the longer comb side. The way that worked for me was, with the door elevated about 20 degrees, I slotted in the top five flanges, having already placed the shim in the middle of the insulation cutout area on the door-front, flat side against the door, long comb closest to the door-front's side. You should push the short comb flush up against the insulation, so that the shim will be clear of the two door pieces when you fit them together. The shims seem to serve 2 purposes: preventing the door from torqueing as well as allowing the door to open perpendicular to the unit. Good luck!

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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...)

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  • franburke2 Sep 17, 2010

    Be sure not to take off the 4 screws along top of the door - they are for the control panel and don't need to be removed for simple handle-tightening. Just spent the last 45 mins on my back under the SHU 9950's door, with a kettle of (cold!) water sitting just above the soap dispenser - the door will spring back up with the front removed. Basically there are three "components" to the shim: the flat side, the short comb side and the longer comb side. The way that worked for me was, with the door elevated about 20 degrees, I slotted in the top five flanges, having already placed the shim in the middle of the insulation cutout area on the door-front, flat side against the door, long comb closest to the door-front's side. You should push the short comb flush up against the insulation, so that the shim will be clear of the two door pieces when you fit them together. The shims seem to serve 2 purposes: preventing the door from torqueing as well as allowing the door to open perpendicular to the unit. Good luck!

  • rivoli1635 Jan 15, 2011

    The shims are NOT a problem if you watch out for them - white plastic on bottom of door on left and right. Key is that once the 10 screws are removed from inside using a T-20 Torx screw driver (DO not remove the 4 along the top that hold the electronics - you don't need to) - you partially close the door (put a tea towel in to stop it closing completely), then remove the panel from the front by sliding it down slightly and pull towards you. It comes out easily - the shims should stay in place and if one falls out no big deal to put back in - tighten the handle - you'll need a nut driver - reposition door front over shims and gently slide up - open door gently using your fingers on the back of the door - put your 10 screws back and you're done. The comment on the shims made my wife and I extremely wary - but we didn't need to be. Took 10 mins to complete.

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I have a SHU5305us/u12 and my front door lettering got erase. anyone have a picture or a manual that tells me what each button means.


Cycle Interruption

As a safety feature the dishwasher will automatically turn itself off whenever the door is opened. However, if the door is opened quickly while in a wash or rinse cycle some water may splash out of the dishwasher. For this reason it is recommended that the machine always be switched off before opening the door.



To Interrupt a Cycle

1. Press the on/off button to stop operation.

2. Wait at least 10 seconds (or until the water noises stop) before opening the door.



To Resume a Cycle

1. SHU/SHI models, close the door and press the on/off button.

2. SHV models, push the on/off button and close the door.



Changing a Cycle

For Bosch dishwasher models SHI 6800 and 4320, SHU 5300, 5310 and 6800 press the program button of the desired cycle TWICE. For all other Bosch dishwasher models, press the program button of the desired cycle ONCE. The chosen cycle button (or the light above it) becomes illuminated, showing that it has been selected.

* SHU 3030 and SHU 3130 models do not have program lights.



Cancelling a Cycle

Each control panel shows which buttons to simultaneously push to cancel a cycle. Refer to your dishwasher to find the cancel drain buttons on your particular model.



1. Press the indicated buttons at the same time and hold for approximately 3 seconds.

2. When the drain pump noises stop and the LED display or clean light indicate that the end of the cycle has been reached, the dish

washer is reset.

3. Press the on/off button to turn the dishwasher off.

4. The dishwasher is now ready to run a selected cycle. Add more detergent if necessary.



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sometimes you have to take the oven door apart to access the screws that hold the handle on. I have not looked at this model but most ovens have screws on the top of the door when you open it. Be careful though and pay close attention to how it goes together because they can be tricky.

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Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

I think can answer your question..."beeping sound when cycle is finished just started after 8 years. how do I turn it off?"


Follow these steps...

**How to Operate the Cycle Completion Signal**


1. Open door, hold down program button (see
Beeper Table below) and simultaneously turn the unit "ON".


MODEL Program BUTTON

SHU 9950 Delay Start Hours
**SHU 9910-9920 Delicate/Econo** should be yours
SHU 8800/8810 Quick Wash

SHV 6800 Delay Start Hours
SHV 4800 Delicate/Econo
SHV 4300 Delicate/Econo


2. Release program button.
a. For SHV 6803 and SHU9950 models:
The display will blink with a code of "0", "1" or
"2". You are in program mode.

? If the display blinks with a "0", you will hear
no signal (indicates OFF).

? If the display blinks with a "1", you will hear a
LOW volume signal.

? If the display blinks with a "2", you will hear a
HIGHER volume signal.

b. For all other models with the beeper
function:

? If the machine beeps, then the Cycle
Completion Signal has been enabled.

? When you push the button again and it does
not beep, it means that the Cycle Completion
Signal has been disabled.

3. To change the program, press the program
button until the desired setting is selected.

4. Turn the Dishwasher off to take it out of
program mode.

* At the end of a wash cycle, the beeper will sound
off two times, and again every 15 minutes until the
dishwasher is turned off.

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I think I can answer your question..."How do I turn off the annoying beeping alert after the cycle is complete? "

Follow these steps for the SHV6800 will be the same...

**How to Operate the Cycle Completion Signal**


1. Open door, hold down program button (see
Beeper Table below) and simultaneously turn the unit "ON".


MODEL Program BUTTON

SHU 9950 Delay Start Hours
SHU 9910-9920 Delicate/Econo
SHU 8800/8810 Quick Wash
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SHV 4800 Delicate/Econo

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2. Release program button.
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The display will blink with a code of "0", "1" or
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function:

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* At the end of a wash cycle, the beeper will sound
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Hope this answers your question and provides you with what you needed.

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I think can answer your question..."How do you disable the cycle completion signal/beep on the Bosch SHU9915UC dishwasher?"


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4. Turn the Dishwasher off to take it out of
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* At the end of a wash cycle, the beeper will sound
off two times, and again every 15 minutes until the
dishwasher is turned off.

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Thank you for choosing FixYa and good luck.

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