Question about Candy Dishwashers
Water doesn't heat, the programmer stops in one place and doesn't move, just keeps going on and on, the heating element seems to have some cracks on it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem and have found that it is caused by as you suspected a burned out heater element. they can be purchased on the web for £15.95 at partmaster .co.uk
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Bosch SHV55M03GB
If cycle proceed normally after waiting for a while, then the control is probably OK. It stands by a while because it does not read correct temperature before proceeding.
If the appliance is connected to both hot and cold water, open more the hot water faucet.
If the water is not heating at all, check heating element for continuity, using a tester.
If water is heating regularly, but cycle is still slow, check thermic sensor.
Here are more suggestions from Repairclinic:
The cycles times are too long If your dishwasher's cycle times are too long, check these:
Cycle not completing
Water pre-heating Your dishwasher may pre-heat the water. If so, and if the water entering the dishwasher is cool, the heater may take up to half an hour to heat the water.
To avoid the wait, increase the incoming water temperature before turning on the dishwasher. Do that by running the kitchen sink faucet until the water runs hot. Or increase the temperature of the hot water to the entire house at the hot water heater.
Warning! To lessen the risk of scalding, don't set the hot water heater temperature higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Posted on Oct 10, 2008
bosch dishwashers run the cycle through the heating element, you may get a 2H displayed. when you wee that it means the heating element is bad, or the board is bad, i will tell you in my 15 years of repair its almost always the board,. if you know someone who is solder literate, the you can remove the board and resolder the connection. you need to remove the screws on the inside top of the door to remove the display panel, after doing so you will see the control board(fisrt turn off the electrical) then remove the wiring harnesses from the control board, the harneses only go in a certain slot so they will be easy to remember where to put back into.open the case of the board, look on the back and you will see where the bad solder joint id...clean, resolder, reinstall......good luck. please check this first before trying to change the element. you have to take the dishwasher out and flip it over to change the element
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
The element that heats your water may be bad or the control panel(board) could be bad as well. If your machine is older than say 10 years old, it probably is the board. If you can, check the element by feeling to see if it is rusted through or has a rough feel to it in any particular area. The signal telling it to go into the rinse phase is an indication the the board is bad. Is it still under warranty?
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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