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Bosch shu5315 06

Purchased a used bosch shu5315 06, which we were assured worked fine. ha! Have replaced the control board in it and dishwasher now will start wash cycle, fill with water, drain water, then fill with it again. At this point it stops working while the timer continues to count down. We have to use the clear function to get it to drain the water out. Any ideas what we should check next? My husband is fairly handy but we do not really know exactly how the dishwasher is supposed to work through it's cycles when it's running a normal cycle. Thanks for any help you can give us!

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  • ricsan Jun 20, 2008

    Thanks for the help. My husband and a friend ended up taking part of the dishwasher apart and found that the motor was "frozen". Once they fixed that it seems to run fine. Thanks again!

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It sounds as though the circulating pump may not be operating. if so fault is often due to the pump capacitor being faulty and this is a cheap part.

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