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Well, this was very long-winded. If it works when filled manually, then check the stopcock for the water flow and open it more if not all the way. If this does not work, try the water pump in the back/bottom of the disher
the valve and wiring can be replaced you cannot remove it altogether as it wont be able to fill up, bosch aqua stops are normally powered solenoids that also double as the water inlet valve unlike most other aqua stops
It's the aqua-stop safety valve and yes, you can just unplug it. Make sure you close the valve on the water-supply first or it's going to get rather messy!
FYI, the aqua-stop is a second-level safety device which shuts off the water supply to the dishwasher to prevent flooding if a leak is detected, when there is no power to the washer and in certain other error conditions.
Hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please let me know.
As you know E9 is linked to the water inlet problem.
There are two scenarios here - 1) Are you using the Aqua-Stop safety
system? If this is trigerring then it can shut the inlet water. The
reason it can trigger is if the flood device located at the base of the
dishwasher under the tub is seeing water. Now it is possible the 2 weeks
wait for the technician caused the water to dry out and the dishwasher
worked on his arrival. But the leak could have started again when it
worked once again. So you could have a leaky hose or the door gasket.
2) going by the description of the error codes in this smeg document,
I can foresee the error E9 is linked to the water level system which is
not able to detect the level required for the dishwasher to start wash
cycle. Possible cause is gunk around the sensor that detects the water
level in the tub.
Refer a possible solution reported at this forum site.
What I am not clear is why is the dishwasher not doing anything now when
you press the start button. Maybe try one thing at a time.
Please post a comment to confirm which way it progressed.