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Bosch dlx series SHU 3300

I have a Bosch DLX Series, SHU3300 and the water will not go into the dishwasher.  I have taken off the kick plate, but it is almost impossible to see anything.  I took out a small amount of water by using a towel and pushing it into an area that was a bit wet. So frustrating because we are rural and it would cost about $200.00 at least to have a repair person - I didn't see any leaks and I also noticed I would need a HEX screwdriver, do you recommend taking more than the kick-plate off to further investigate?  Where exactly is the float plate located?  Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Aug 04, 2008

    Equipment: Bosch SHU 3300 DLX series

    Procedure: Dishwasher starts normally, Lights indicate cycle, Motor/pump sounds normal

    Problem: There is no water

    Checked: Water supply, debri filters and electronics

    Next?

    Is the motor/pump something that I can get to reasonably, or does is require complete removal and disassembly?

  • cjbravo2044 Aug 14, 2008

    My bosch dishwasher is not filling with water. I cleaned the drain tray it had some plastic in it, I cleaned it out. The lights are.

  • shadownto Nov 08, 2008

    Our Bosch dishwasher isn't filling OR draining. The motor is still running even when switched to "reset" and if I open the door the motor still runs. We've cleaned out every filter we know about, taken a few bits off, etc. Not sure what the model number is, but it's a Bosch classixx.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Bosch si1506b -
    Our dishwasher is leaking and appears to have a puncture on the bottom plate, so is leaking water when we use it. Not heaps, but enough to notice. Is the bottom plate repairable on this model ?
    many thanks,

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I do not see where the problem is identified. Is it a float switch or water pump ??

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You need to remove the outside of the door to give you more room remove the six torx screws on the inside of the door sides only do not remove the top ones then the out side of the door will come off on give you room to work on it

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My bosch dishwasher is not filling up with water. Where is the inlet filter?


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description, " my bosch dishwasher is not filling up with water. Where is the inlet filter? "... and to answer your question, the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve.

**To remedy this you will need to replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately**


This is what to look for..i.e.

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As long as your model number is indeed SHU8805 series, this info below will be accurate.

Original part is # 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "searspartsdirect.com" "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the dishwasher...safety first**


If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...


i.e.

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Replacing it or to check for debris in the filter/screen at the inlet is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line. ( here you can visually inspect the screen in the valve...if nothing noted, you'll likely need to replace it as follows )

2) Remove the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.

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3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.

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and

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Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.

Regards,


Macmarkus :)




Nov 24, 2010 | Bosch 23 in. SHU 8805 Built-in Dishwasher

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My bosch dlx series dishwasher acts as if it is getting no power at all. Have tried the circuit breaker. No luck.


Hi Kristen,

Welcome to Fixya.

Based on your post, I would start by first shutting off the breaker. Then removing the kick plate ( access panel at the bottom ) and checking the wiring at the junction box for the dishwasher 120vac supply line.

Remove the murret's and visually inspect the wire for "resistance burn" and strip the wires back and install new fastener's if necessary to repair.

i.e.

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This is actually quite common to find a wire connector come loose due to improper fastening and once the unit is in use for a while the connections heat & cool, become loose from normal operating vibrations and burn up from all the added heat caused by "resistance".

The end result is no power to the controls. Check it out and post back what you find.

Thanks for visiting "fixya" and please take a moment to rate the solution/suggestion provided here for you.

Good luck.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Sep 22, 2010 | Bosch Dishwashers

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Our Bosch dlx series dishwasher slowly fills up when it isn't running. If we don't use it for a day or two the water will flow out the bottom. When it runs it runs normally.


Hello,


Welcome to Fixya ! You've come to the right place. The problem you're experiencing sounds like (unfortunately) a common one.

The water inlet valve has been an issue with B/S/H built ( this includes bosch, thermador, seimens & gaggenau ) dishwasher's going back to the mid 90's.

The part to repair it is available at most brick & mortar appliance part centers or you can check out on-line vendors such as repairclinic.com, apwagner.com etc.

Do a search for part # 1105846 at repairclinic ( that is their part # not B/SH/ ) you'll see what I'm talikng about. By the way it's about $35. Hope that helps move you forward.

Let me know if I can assist you further, or need help on how to change it etc. It's relatively easy with Bosch. Thanks for coming to "fixya" for your inquiries and please take a second to rate this answer according to my helpfulness.

Good luck.

macmarkus :)

Jul 28, 2010 | Bosch SHU9915UC Dishwasher

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Our Bosch DLX series dishwasher slowly fills up when it isn't running. If we don't use it for a day or two the water will flow out the bottom. When it runs, it runs normally.


Hi, the problem is the water valve itself. Based on your description and the fact that this is a common issue with Bosch dishwasher's a new valve will resolve the problem. You'll need a new valve assembly part # 425458 and it's available at most part's places or online. It is about $25 - $30. Let me know if I can assist you further. Thanks for using "fixya" for your inquiry. Please take a second and rate the info provided for you here. Good luck. Macmarkus :)

Mar 21, 2010 | Bosch SHU9915UC Dishwasher

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Bosch dishwater backed up/leaking


You may have upset the lower door gasket, a kind of "wiper" that keeps the water inside during wash/ Look for a wrinkel in it. Maybe push it down some. the track where it goes my be you can see and it will be self explaning. As for the water not draining.... A hose kinked, A pumpout drain valve not gettign power, I just had the same problem with mine and found a small piece of a plastic baggy in the pump sump covering part of the drain hole. And after that I had no drain and just squished the drain hose at the outlet. I suspect a buildup of grease or maybe some more plastic was inside the the outlet tube. Mine drains fine now. Look for these. And let me know please

Apr 05, 2009 | Bosch Dishwashers

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Bosch DLX series didn't drain, now no power


I had a Bosch DLX series dishwasher that had multiple problems.

First, it had greyish water in the bottom and pushing the power button did not turn on any lights. it had mostly finished a cycle, but not quite. my first thought was to clean it out. i sponged out all the water and removed and cleaned out the filters from the bottom which were all quite nasty. i found food, tiny bones, etc. I cleaned it out and that did nothing but was still probably the cause of the problem. I called Bosch tech support and asked about areset switch. There is none. They told me to switch off the circuit breaker for 30 MINUTES to reset everything. I did that which did not fix the problem.

I then examined the connector wires (connecting the electric to my house wiring) which are in the front under the kick plate, and discovered that they had MELTED! The wiring supplied by Bosch was stranded wire, and my home wiring is solid core. i trimmed the burnt stuff and reconnected it with new wire nuts. if this happens again i plan to disassemble the dishwasher's electric and replace the stranded wire with the good stuff.

That restored the electric and the lights and display. i then ran a test cycle and it seemed to just hum. my guess after googling a bit was that the float was stuck in the up position, and it was trying to drain. This site http://www.applianceaid.com/boschDW.html told me how to run the test mode.

"To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button."

The test mode tested out all functions which I think wound up reseting the float switch which actually fixed the rest of it.

Sep 01, 2008 | Dishwashers

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Bosch wont


Faulty inlet valve or water in the bottom tray which will activate the float swich and pump out any water. See that this moves up and down freely. Turn electrics off first.

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