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A common cause of this condition results from water in the base pan. This may result from a leak in the dishwasher or the drain hose (to the sink drain) backing up. First check the base pan (the very bottom assembly that all other components are mounted within) for any moisture - this can be difficult as there are only narrow openings between the tank and the base pan; a mirror can help or you might have to pull the unit out from the cabinet to access the sides. If there is moisture in the pan this problem must be corrected as the unit is just trying to protect against water damage from a leak. If the base pan assembly is dry, look at the float assembly (behind the water fill valve) as insects or rodents can sometimes interfere with the proper operation of this sensor. That causes the control to think there is a water leak. When this fault occurs everything is turned off and the drain pump runs continuously to eliminate any water from inside the dishwasher.

Blomberg... | Answered on Jul 09, 2015

Your Bloomberg dishwasher has a water softener system built in. This should not be ignored. Dishwasher detergent tablets do not take place of water softeners. The light indicates dispenser is empty. It is up to you to fill these dispensers. A rinse aid is not always necessary but hard water can ruin a dishwasher.

Blomberg... | Answered on Dec 28, 2020

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Blomberg... | Answered on Nov 27, 2020

Switch off and unplug the washer.
- Check the fill hose isn't blocked, squashed or kinked.

Blomberg... | Answered on Jan 26, 2020

Blomberg machines are special. The insulation and access to side parts are concealed. The dishwasher is encased in stainless steel panels, so you actually need to totally disconnect and remove your d/w for this repair. I bought the little parts, nice and cheap, but I am not going to uninstall and reinstall the entire unit for this little inconvenience. I am going to fashion a swing-down door prop instead.

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Blomberg... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019

Doug Smith\'s solution of Oct. 20, 2008 worked for my Blomberg Dwt57500ss model.
Removed small filter basket by pinching 2 tabs inward at the top of the basket. Turned larger basket counter-clockwise by hand and lifted out stainless steel screen. Used wet/dry vac to suck all the water out. The anti-flood switch reset itself. Turn power back on to unit, and pressed start. Then pressed program I wanted to use and reset button to start machine. Worked immediately and started washing dishes.

Blomberg... | Answered on Mar 25, 2019

I had a wine glass break in the washer, and a small shard of glass got stuck in the drain pump. Pulled the unit out, put it on its side and took the drain pump assembly apart. Removed the glass shard and its working well again.

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Blomberg... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019

First thing to check is the power connection. Depending on the unit it may be wired directly to the house wiring. Check the breaker. IF that is not the problem, I need to know the model number

Blomberg... | Answered on Jul 29, 2018

E9 is defective temperature control. You'll need to replace the thermostat

Blomberg... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

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