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"F2 - A water leak, which if detected will stop water from entering the dishwasher via the inlet valve. You will probably experience the dishwasher not filling properly during a cycle. Possibly caused by a faulty water level indicator, you can also try cleaning the filters and drain if you notice a lot of standing water remaining in the dishwasher basin."
"Look in the bottom of the unit. Something has it stuck, like food."
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Check the float to be sure it is unstuck. Sometimes this item [on the basin of the DW, looks like a mushroom. Measures the water level in the bottom of DW] is tricked in thinking it has water, or the water is not turned on, or the basin is full. Gently pull up on it and push down on it. Does it move freely?
Mike Mulenberg, There are a couple of possibilitieshere are some answers. Lets look at the easy free fixes first. 1. If the dishwasher drains into the garbage disposal the disposal may be clogged.Unclog disposal.2. Look in the the bottom of the dishwasher and see if the catch basin is full. there are two screens in the bottom.3. See if there a kink in the drainage hose. also be sure that it does have a loop in it. (like up to the top of the cabinet and back down)if it does not it will not drain completely4.Check the p trap in the pipe that the dishwasher drains into to see if that is partially blocked. this also can lead to water left in the dishwasher. hope this helps Joe Connollysealstonetops@gmail.com
Hello well you sure have the top of the line unit. You will have to pull it out and turn it over and remove the water pump and check for blockage the impeller should move when you turn it with your finger if not then replace the pump.
Bosch has a safety float switch under the dishwasher basin. If water leaks into this area, the float rises and turns on the drain pump to clear out the water in the dishwasher. Hope I explained that ok :) Anyways, usually a leak somewhere causes this and unless the leak is fixed and water is removed or evaporates, the dishwasher will remain in the drain cycle.
Since water doesn't drain out ,it could be a clogged in the drain line. Often the problem is at the point where the drain line attaches to the garbage disposer or household drain line. You should remove this line and clear it form any debris in the hose or the hose connection. Be sure to reattach the hose before starting the dishwasher again.