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We have a Bosch SHU9925UC dishwasher, installed in 2002. In August 2010, the water didn't drain, and a service technician discovered melted wire nuts at the main incoming power junction, presumably due to a loose connection there. He re-wired it. Now it's March 2011 and yesterday we smelled electric fire smoke coming from the dishwahser, opened it up and again found melted wirenuts. So is it really just poor installation, given that now 2 different installers have created the same problem? Could it be that something else is causing the dishwasher to try to draw more power than it should? Am of course worried about an electrical fire. Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

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SOURCE: burnt wiring on Bosch SHX46A06 Dishwasher

The problem with this solution is that a 12/2 is a larger wire than a 14/2 ..the 12/2 wires are just fine you mush have had a loose connection at the wire nuts..

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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SOURCE: bosch dishwasher electrical smell

probably is, hit the breaker

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: I am trying to install

you can try using some teflon tape on the threads if you hadnt already

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: there was a short in the junction box. i fixed

There is a chance that the coil on the fill valve has become bad. If the valve was being operated at the time the short occurred the coil could have overheated and burnt up.
A couple ways to check it would be;

  • Locate the valve and listen to it or touch it during a cycle. When the unit tries to fill, the valve should click as it opens. You should be able to hear/feel this operation.
  • Try to visually inspect the coil on the water valve. If it is visible, look for discoloration and/or warping. Not all burnt up coils give visual indications but some do.
  • Remove power from the unit, remove the leads off of the coil, test with a ohm meter (resistance tester). The resistance should be fairly low (less that 100 ohms, this is a very generic number, a good coil could read 1 ohm it really depends. What you are looking for is just a resistance that is fairly low)
There are other possibilities which include blocked fill line or bad circuit board or the device used to detect water level is stuck where it thinks the washer has enough/too much water.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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SOURCE: My Bosch dishwasher has had a problem since we had

Was the drain tube that hooks into the sink drain passed over the partition between the sink area and washer area or through a low-level hole. If through a low-level hole, try rerouting the tube over the partition. This forms a 'trap area' to isolate the sink drain from the washer pump area. Hope this helps!

Posted on Sep 18, 2010

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