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Mold grows on dishes in bosch dishwasher
Put a bowl filled with 2 cups of clorox on the lower rack and run a wash cycle (nothing else in the machine) this will kill the mold spores in the machine, and clear the smell.
Burning smell from our Dishwasher. I opened it up
Possibly ... but in order to help ANYONE, those willing to TRY need INFORMATION! Make, model, year (if known), and symptoms noticed! You CANNOT go to ANY parts store, and describe what you have, but NOT provide those CRITICAL data points!!!!! They will LAUGH you OUT of their store!
Just installed bosch exxcel and light on saying
posted on Jan 17, 2010
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Have been struggling with the same problem. Tipping the machine backwards worked. Many thanks.
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posted on Jan 11, 2010
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I solved the problem, by tipping the dishwasher back about 45degrees, I think this re-adjusted the flood sensor, and it is now working fine. Thank you
How do I use the half load function
Without knowing your model number, I can tell you how it works in my dishwasher. The water comes out of only the upper arm, so you load only the top rack. My dishwasher also has a disperser that you snap into the inside top of the dishwasher. Some dishwashers do not have this snap-in part. Load the top rack and run the dishwasher normally. It is more economical to fill the entire dishwasher than run half-loads.
What does E14 mean ?
The code can mean different things .check the manual that came with it . the manual will also show how to do a self test .
Rinse aid appears to be leaking
Now, not knowing about the model you mention, I am going to tell you about the same problem I encountered with my dishwasher. We, too, started seeing water on our floor when we were running our "built-in" dishwasher. I checked the water level in the washer and it was not overflowing from being too full. So, I removed the panel at the front bottom of the washer so I could see the workings. First thing I did was to feel around for moisture on connections and other parts. When I got to the bottom of the pump, I did feel moisture. This told me that the pump was leaking. Unfortunately, most manufacturers nowadays use non-metallic metallic components and with mine it was made of plastic. When I removed the pump, I saw a crack in it along a seam (where it is molded together after the internal workings of the pump are in place). The pump turned out to be almost as expensive as a new machine but I was blessed. A friend of my son was remodeling his kitchen and that included a new dishwasher. He gave me his original one (which turned out to be a recently built one by the same manufacturer) and I installed it and haven't had a leak since.
Now, I hope that this does help but as I said, I am not familiar with your free-standing model.
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