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Most likley problem is the door is not closing properly or the door latch switch is faulty. This means the dishwasher controller is not getting the right signal before commencing the wash cycle.
Need to check the closure of the latch. If this is ok then replace the door switch.
View the door panel diagram, schematics and parts in this site http://spares.bigwarehouse.com.au/index.php?cPath=24759_25855_26296&sort=2a&page=1
It would help to know the model number of the dishwasher, but on many Bosch dishwashers, you can switch the cycle cycle completion signal off as follows:
1. While holding the right-handCANCEL/DRAIN button, also press and hold the ON/OFF button 2. When the LED above the CANCEL/DRAIN button illuminates and the beeping starts, release both buttons 3. Press the right CANCEL/DRAIN button repeatedly until the beeping tone is at the desired volume, i.e. silent! 4. Press the "ON/OFF" button again to set the volume.
On models with the wash cycle buttons on the top edge of the door, the CANCEL/DRAIN buttons aren't always explicitly labelled CANCEL/DRAIN. These buttons are also labelled RESET on some models.
On models with 3 and 4 wash cycle buttons, the right CANCEL/DRAIN button is the third button when reading from left to right. On models with 5 wash cycle buttons, the right CANCEL/DRAIN button is the fourth button when reading from left to right.
Please try the above then let me know if you need further assistance. Please state the model number or series (i.e. Integra) of your washer if/when replying.
If it's under warranty, get someone to look at it. Probably a bad switch or sensor in the unit, could be something simple, and they're not hard to open up, but the soap dispenser mechanism has to be reassembled (it often falls apart upon taking the door apart). Last resort is the appliance serviceman. New house? New dishwasher? Warranty? That's your best option.
Change the circuit board, timer/progrsmer.
Take it out and clean contacts,
Look for burnt circuit line and solder a fine bead carefully on the circuit board, difficult. Use the pot and pan program.
Ours did that too. I figured ou that it was because I was putting it on ultra wash by hitting normal wash + high temp, that automaticly sets it to Ultra wash. If you just set it to normal wash and hit start it should only do one cycle.