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Bosch dishwasher The diswasher wont turn its self off it will continue to wash and will not move on to dry the dishes.

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  • diane1970 Mar 22, 2008

    I have the same problem it does not stop, i have noticed that the water is cold too.

  • friarlicious Apr 27, 2008

    I have the Bosch SHU4002 dishwasher, and it has also stopped advancing. It seems to stall during wash and during rinse, so we manually advance the knob one click. But this may happen several times during a cycle.

    I took apart the door, and removed what I now know as the 161 degree thermostat (Bosch part 169444). When I disconnected it there was no continuity through it (tested with my multimeter: it read infinite resistance). In reading online various place it seems that thermostats should read normally closed (at room temp), i.e., should have negligible resistance, not normally open. BUT, some thermostats for various devices/appliances are normally open. Does anyone know whether this thermostat should be normally open or normally closed?

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    Suffering from similar problem. Unit will run through the cycle and not stop. Indicator shows 1 minute, but washer continues wash, will not drain and dry.

  • thoefer1 Feb 18, 2009

    I have the same problem with a SHU4002. I have to manually advance the knob through two spots in the cycle. My dishwasher is also not as hot at used to be, as if the heating element isn't working. Anybody find a solution yet?

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    The diswasher wont turn its self off it will continue to wash and will not move on to dry the dishes.

  • friarlicious May 11, 2010

    To Guest: How can we know whether the problem is in the heating element or the thermostat. I'm not even sure of the wiring of the unit... so I don't know what leads to check. Job security by obscurity for the appliance repair guys, I guess!

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Almost certainly your element is faulty. waret does not heat up allowing timer to proceed

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