Question about Bosch SHU9950 Dishwasher
I push the on switch and the unit turns on, but when I remove my finger the unit turns off. It appears the switch is not staying on ? Is it the switch?
It could be the switch. If the black plastic On/Off button comes all the back up into cutout in the top of the door, you must remove the front of the door (10 little screws; two shims will probably fall out; good luck figuring out how they go back) and then the plastic top (4 little screws) that contains the On/Off and the wash mode buttons. Now you've exposed the real on/off switch, which has a reddish/brown stem (at least on my unit). Test the switch; if the DW doesn't stay on when you depress it, you need a new switch. If it stays on, then goes off when you depress it again, the switch is likely good and maybe you have a problem with the black plastic cover button.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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