A street repair led to an electric overload to our property. Many electronic devices were damaged, including the Bosch integrated Dishwasher - SHV6803UC. Does anyone know what part would have been fried by excess current to the unit?
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If you have not added any extra items using more current that what you had there will be no problem. Add up all the watts that you are using and see if the alternator is exceeding that demand. Make sure that every unit is properly fused to protect the wiring harness.
Each fuse protects the wire in its circuit from damage due to overload. As a secondary responsibility, the fuse protects the devices powered by the circuit from electrical damage.
On one side of the fuse, called the BUSS is all the power your car can deliver to any particular circuit, on the other side of the fuse (the circuit) is the more delicate wire and devices it powers including everything electrical with the exception of the starter which is normally not fused. Your windshield wipers, lights, radio, all signallights, the computers controlling your car, the power windows and door locks, the heater fan, everything. Some cars use circuit breakers on light circuits and some cars use a thing called a fusible link which is a piece of wire that will melt if over heated.
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If the failure occured on lines owned by the power company, then that is their problem. File a claim, and call a service company for repairs.
If not, the overload may be at fault, However, there are many other items including the main thermostat, defrost control and wiring through out the machine.
The items you have working are hot wired items.
They are powered up as soon as the machine is plugged in.
If the fans are running, your on the right track. If they will not run either, it would be in the areas i've'd described above.
The overload is one item, 2 others are the relay (either mechanical or solid state) and on some models, the start/run capacitor.
Hi There I have read the codes you are looking for,so I'm sending them to you and i hope this will help.
latch not operating
that door switch is completely closed. Check latch, solenoid,
and actuation switch for electrical or mechanical malfunction.Thank you for writing to fix ya. Best regards Richard
Circuit breakers are designed to protect life and property. Do not use an appliance that overloads the breaker. If it is popping a 15 amp breaker try it on a 20 amp, if it does not trip the 20 amp breaker measure the amperage. If the actual amperage exceeds 16 (80%) of the overcurrent device or the device exceeds the Wattage stated on the device. Repair or replace it.