Question about Bosch Washing Machines
The brushes on the machine are located on the motor. The motor for this brand of machine is located on the bottom of the drum. The brushes are in black holders usually but can vary in colour.
The are simply held to the motor with 2 screws each either side.
The best way is to disconnect the pipes from the machine make sures theres no water in the machine and and flip it onto its head i.e. upside down.. use a short handle posi screw drive to remove the brushes from the motor and disconnect the the little wire wire from the end of the brush and remove and replace its that simple
hope that helps
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
take out the soap drawer clean in hot water inside the machine where you took the soap drawer out at the top look for the hole where the water runs out it may be blocked with mildew dettox mildew spray is very good at breaking all that down spray in leave for a while put soap draw back in and do a wash without clothing as spray contains bleach
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Check the motor housing for an overload button, usually on the back and coloured black or red. Give it a push and if it clicks then the motor might have just been a bit stressed out and popped it.
Next two things are more serious unfortunately. The relay on the circuit board might have burnt contacts from switching the motor over the machines life, or, one of the motors windings has developed a fault. (these are both pretty rare though).
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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