Question about Dishwashers
On the bosch design the water has to fill up to the proper level and then it trips a switch on the heater housing when the water starts pumping. The funny noise may be a lack of water coming in the valve.-you can check this by adding a little water in to see if it pumps stronger. In this case you need a fill valve. If it is a problem with the pump or the heater assembly it has to come out of the cabinet to check this. Not easy for most people to do.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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