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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had exactly the same problem as clarelou - pump wouldn't switch off - cycle wouldn't stop and machine couldn't be reset. There was an external flood that came into the kitchen so the base of dishwasher had externally filled with water. Took machine out, tipped it back and to the side - water drained out and it then immediately restarted. Bosch couldn't help on their phone-line and wanted to send out an engineer - reckon you've saved me £100+ thanks very much!
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
leave it unpluged to stop for now, the machine has detected a leak and is constantly running hte pumps within the drawers to try to remove any water.. problrm is the water detector is in bottom under the lower drawer and htere is no pump to remove that water ..canbge a fickle machine as far as leaks are concerned, but the easy reason is usually misloading of the drawer itself, was an item put in that was too tall , preventing the lid from coming down and sealing off drawer causing water to overflow down the side??? there should be(so logn as no previous repairmen have taken it) a tech/trubleshooing guide taped to teh back wall behind the lower drawer, which is easily removed by unlocking hte hinges on either side of the front of drawer, explained in your manual
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
had something jamming pump impeller which prevented machine pumping water out. The motor is connected by a bayonet fitting to the pumpand is easy to get at and clear obstruction.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
Testimonial: "problem fixed"
There is a thermal fuse located in the control panel inside the door. It could be blown, but if so what caused it. they come with a retrofit pigtail to prevent loose connectins on the fuse. You may have a short somewhere in the dryer, and just blow the fuse again. Could be bad motor,fill valve, or heater, or even the control board. I'd try one fuse first.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Testimonial: "yes! that was it! I bypassed it for now and tested it and it works. I will replace the fuse tomorrow. Thank you. you saved me $$$."
I just moved in to a new house with brada dishwasher, everytime I used the water leeks from the bottom, can somebody help me to fix it, or do you think I should throw it away and get a new one.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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