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Bosch Nexxt WFMC330SUC error E02. Have checked

Bosch Nexxt WFMC330SUC error E02. Have checked all hoses and water valves. The machine will sometimes stop at the begining of the cycle with this error, or sometimes it will stop in the middle or the end. When i open the door, clothes are completly saturated. So it seems plenty of water is entering. I have removed access panel and opened the first drain area (sorry cant remember the proper name). The next instruction is to remove and clean the fliter. The filter easily turns left and right... how do i remove this part to clean? Any other tips to what it might be?

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Hy, I have a washmasine bosch WAE28267SN that sow me an error E02 that's the error. Somebody can help me with some tips Thanks


The E02 error means that the washer is slow to fill. This can be caused by a problem with the incoming water hoses, the water valves or the washer draining as it fills.

The first thing to check is the incoming water if you have very little water in the washer. Make sure that the shut-off valves have been opened fully. If they were fully open, close them. If they were closed, check if that solves your E02 problem. Next remove the water hoses. A damaged anti-flood hose can reduce the water flow to a trickle. Clean the filters at both the shut-off valves and the intake valve on the washer. Replace the hoses at the shut-off valves. With a bucket below the hoses, turn on the shut-off valves and check that you are getting good flow. Now, attach the hoses to the washer. Check if the washer fills properly.

Check that the drain hose is positioned so that the outlet is above the water line of the washer. If your E02 issue continues and no water gets into the machine, then the inlet valve could be stuck in the closed position. If the washer is filling and the E02 error persists, then the water flow sensor may be a problem. This sensor has air tubes that can become clogged. Make sure that they have no dirt. There are other parts in this sensor that could be damaged.

Unfortunately, I don't have a source for parts for this washer. Some Bosch water inlet valves are available here: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/bosch-washer-valve.html . If your washer is under warranty, contact Bosch.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jun 15, 2016 | Bosch Washing Machines

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Bosch front loader 500 series. error msg E;02


Hello,
E02 means the unit is not getting the proper amount of water or the drain is clogged and the unit is unable to pump the water out of the machine. Remove the round access panel on the lower right front panel and take the drain catch off by twisting it. Water will come out so be careful, remove and clear all the debris in the drain catch. If you do not find anything in the drain area you may have a clog either in one of the drain lines going to or coming from the pump in the unit. If you have assured that the pump and hoses are not clogged and the pump is working as well then you would look as a last resort at the water inlet valve. Assure firstly that the hoses are not frozen or debris clogged and shutoff the water and unscrew your hoses and check the filters in the screw in connector side or the inlet valve. Lastly if you have assured that there are no clogs with the drain area on the unit and there are no clogs going into the units water valve and you have tested for the presence of power at the solenoid at the top of the water valve and you had power you would replace the water valve. If you have any further questions message me back and please also remember when our chat has fully concluded to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation it allows me to continue helping others in similar situations in the future Thanks Rick

Aug 12, 2011 | Bosch Nexxt 500 WFMC3301 Front Load Washer

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I am getting an E02 error. It has been running for about a half an hour and clothes is still dry. Water appears to be going in, but not sure to where???


I've encountered this a few times. I still haven't been able to find out what the E02 stands for, but if you unplug the machine, wait 30 seconds, then plug it back in, it seems to work fine.

Sep 30, 2010 | Bosch Nexxt 300 Series WFMC2201UC

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I have a Bosch washing machine, 500+ series. I am receiving an error: E:02. Can someone assist me with this issue as soon as possible? I'd appreciate it. Best Regards, Darcy Mendoza


E02 means the unit is not getting adequate water or the drain is coming clogged. Remove the round access panel on the lower right front panel and take the drain catch off by twisting it. Water will come out so be careful, remove and clear all the debris in the drain catch. If you don't find anything then the issue might be with lack of water getting into the unit. If you are sure the water hoses are not frozen and have good water pressure then you will need to replace your electronic water valve on the back of the washer.

Aug 20, 2010 | Bosch 3.81 cu ft WFMC530 1UC Nexxt 500...

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On the regular cycle for Bosch Nexxt 500 series, during the warm or hot cycle the washer interrupts the cycle with error code "E02" and stops washing . . . how can I fix this? I've made sure the door is...


If the unit is fed by both hot and cold it is possible that the single hot valve or one side of the double cold valve is not operating. Maybe a silly question but could one of the taps have been turned off inadvertently?
The other possibilty is that the pump filter or outlet hoses are blocked and the machine cannot empty the detergent water ready to refill with clean rinse water. To test the cold valve put the w/m on a cold wash cycle, open the drawer and check the water flow. To test the other part of the same valve, put the w/m on the rinse cycle that would take the softener or a wash cycle with prewash. Test hot valve by selecting the hottest cycle usually 90 or 95 degrees, check water flow thru drawer. Hope this helps.

Jul 10, 2010 | Bosch 3.81 cu ft WFMC530 1UC Nexxt 500...

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I have a Bosch washer wfc5301uc it is showing error code E02


Could be a faulty inlet valve, or not enough pressure to operate valve,
Remove hose onto valve, and check the water is getting to it o/k,turning off the water to the valve before you undo the hose.
Hope this helps.

Jan 10, 2010 | Bosch 3.81 cu ft WFMC530 1UC Nexxt 500...

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After about 5 minutes into a wash cycle, the error "E02" is displayed and the wash cycle stops. What does this error message mean? It isn't in the book that came with the washer.


I just had this problem. My water supply (hot ) had been turned off since my husband used it to fill our hot tub. Other causes were-supply hose kinked,strainers in supply hose clogged, water pressure too low. Hope this solves your problem!

Jan 09, 2010 | Bosch Nexxt 300 Series WFMC2201UC

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Hi. I had the same problem with my Bosch washing machine and called Bosch...was told the same thing...$99.00 for service call. I managed to fix my problem by doing the following:
  • Removed hot & cold water supply hoses.
  • Took filter screens out of both hoses.
  • Removed filter from cold inlet on back of washing machine. I noticed some oily buildup on both of the cold screens so opted to not put any of them back in.
  • Then I put hot & cold water supplies back on the wall hookup, but crossed the lines where they came into the back of the machine intentionally so that the hot water line fed into the cold side of the washing machine and vice versa.
  • Then I ran a couple loads on "cold" which was actually hot water coming in to the machine.
The reason I did this was that I figured there must be some more waxy buildup inside the machine in the cold lines and hoped the hot water would melt it like when you rinse a greasy pan under hot water. IT WORKED!!! I hope this helps you.

Sep 29, 2008 | Bosch Nexxt Premium WFMC6400UC Front Load...

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Error relates to water taking to long to get into machine. Check tap is open fully, water pressure is ok, hoses are not kinked. also check the small filters either end of the inlet hoses (inlet valves as well) as quite often they can clog up especialy on a new install. Regards

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