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Bosch SHV66A03uc built in

I need to replace the water valve assy. on left front where water line connects. Looks like 2 screws hold it in. It has a slow leak that is causing water to build in base and trip shut off. DO I have to remove the dishwasher and flip it to remove base? How big a job is it? Any help appreciated

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There is no easy repair on a Bosch dishwasher. I guess Bosch figured it would run forever. To replace anything (except the wash motor start capacitor) you will have to remove the dishwasher, flip it upside down to do most repairs.

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We have a bosch 9925uc dishwasher and water keeps leaking into the dishwasher. How do I fix this?


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description, " water keeps leaking into the dishwasher "... and to answer your question, the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve.

**To remedy this you will need to replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately**


This is what to look for..i.e.

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As long as your model number is indeed correct, this info below will be accurate.

Original part is # 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "searspartsdirect.com" "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the dishwasher...safety first**


If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...


i.e.

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Replacing it or to check for debris in the filter/screen at the inlet is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line. ( here you can visually inspect the screen in the valve...if nothing noted, you'll likely need to replace it as follows )

2) Remove the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.

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3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.

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and

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Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.

Regards,


Macmarkus

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My Bosch SHX46A02UC-23 dishwasher is continually letting in water from water supply, even when unit is turned off.


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description, " dishwasher is continually letting in water from water supply, even when unit is turned off "... and to answer your question, the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve.

**To remedy this you will need to replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately**


This is what to look for..i.e.

e601791.jpg

As long as your model number is indeed correct, this info below will be accurate.

Original part is # 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "searspartsdirect.com" "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the dishwasher...safety first**


If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...


i.e.

7d9ad1d.jpg

Replacing it or to check for debris in the filter/screen at the inlet is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line. ( here you can visually inspect the screen in the valve...if nothing noted, you'll likely need to replace it as follows )

2) Remove the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.

156e176.jpg

3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.

5937279.jpg
and

dd52c6a.jpg
Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.

Regards,


Macmarkus :)

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Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description, " my bosch dishwasher is not filling up with water. Where is the inlet filter? "... and to answer your question, the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve.

**To remedy this you will need to replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately**


This is what to look for..i.e.

e601791.jpg

As long as your model number is indeed SHU8805 series, this info below will be accurate.

Original part is # 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "searspartsdirect.com" "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the dishwasher...safety first**


If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...


i.e.

7d9ad1d.jpg

Replacing it or to check for debris in the filter/screen at the inlet is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line. ( here you can visually inspect the screen in the valve...if nothing noted, you'll likely need to replace it as follows )

2) Remove the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.

156e176.jpg

3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.

5937279.jpg
and

dd52c6a.jpg
Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.

Regards,


Macmarkus :)




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Makes screaming as washer is being filled.


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Knowing what you`ve provided "Makes screaming as washer is being filled"...
the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve being noisy. To remedy this, first check your water pressure is adequate or the supply line valve is completely "open".
If you can rule out the issue of water supply pressure being the culprit, you will need to replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately.


i.e.

e601791.jpg
As long as your model number is indeed SHU66 series, this info below will be accurate.

I say not surprising because this part has been an issue for the B/S/H/ built machines in the past and as a result the original part number 189553 now substitutes to 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "searspartsdirect.com" "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the dishwasher...safety first**


If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...

i.e. 7d9ad1d.jpg

Replacing it is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line.

2) the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.

156e176.jpg

3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.

5937279.jpg
and

dd52c6a.jpg

Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

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