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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
some dishwashers have water left after the final rinse. it is important to keep the motor seals wet between loads. My filter is always immersed. If we go away for two weeks, I put 2 litres of water into the tub and let it soak 24 hr so that I never start it with dry seals.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
If you "Lower" the hose to the bucket and it "drains" you are just using gravity to remove the water. The pump may be helping a little but if you raise the hose up and the water stops coming out, it's a good indication that the pump is bad. Unless the place you are attaching the hose to is plugged up, you need a new pump or a new impellor. Since the motor is good, try to get a replacement impellor, that the thing that moves the water. One other thing, you did say how well it washes the dishes? If the impellor is bad, it probably doesn't.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
When you buy Bosch, you buy quality, quality costs, it is that simple. That price for you valve is a bout normal, but there are other consumables that are used as well, as travel, and labor. etc. You need to contact your Bosch agent in your local area and inquire there, they will direct you to a properly trained professional, again, which one must pay for. If you want to do it yourself, it is indeed possible, what one man can do, so can another, as they say. I will give you some links below. You also need a service manual they are hard to find, there are pay sites however, simply Google Blanco BFDW 650S service manual (enter) and look through listing for a PDF file to download.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
either the check valve located in the lower sump is plugged or not closing fully and letting waste water back in,or the sump is plugged with waste food,or the drain line to the sink is partially plugged
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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