Question about Bosch 24 in. SGS43C12 Classixx Free-Standing Dishwasher
It is possibly the water heater, basically if you run a normal wash at 65 degrees and the heater has failed, the d/w stat is waiting for the water temp to reach the desired temp. It will continue to wash, waiting for this to happen and eventually it will give up the ghost and time out, aborting the cyle.
The instantaneous water on this model is around £100 and too be honest is best fitted by an expert, so if this is the problem you'll be looking at a reasonable repair bill.
If you decide on a repair and you are in the UK, contact BSH Home Appliances who are the repair section of Bosch as they offer a one off payment on your first call out (even though they know there is definately a fault) this covers the repair cost for the first visit and then covers the complete machine for 12 months. You can pay in instalments for 10 months which will take the stick out a touch (this is called repair +).
Really hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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