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Bosch model # SHU3032UC The timer stops at halfway trough the rinse cycle, and the water continues to rinse until I push forward a bit the timer. Should I change the timer ? Thanks Léo

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If it is a mechanical timer you can clean and try. If you prefer to replace note down the wire colors and do the change.

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