When the dishwasher has completed and has been turned off, very slowly water from the supply line continues to enter the dishwasher. After about 4 to 5 hours if I open the door water will come out. I've turned off the water shut off value and this has stopped the problem. Could this be that the dishwasher inlet value is not closing properly? Can this be repaired? Thanks.
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Sounds like you already know how to fix it. The inlet valve is only held closed by water pressure...if you have low water pressure it could be causing this. Its more likely just a bad fill valve though. The water inlet valve is accessed by removinf the lower kickplate and the sheild behind that. Then all you have to do is remove the water line from the valve, remove the 2 screws holding it and pull it out far enough to disconnect the 2(possibly 3) wires and the fill hose. Make sure to mark where your wires go, if you hook it up wrong it could continue to fill and overflow. Hope this helps!
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Hi Gilgol, The link below is a Bosh Dishwasher list of error codes, I believe your error code is E3....CHEERS.. http://removeandreplace.com/2015/10/09/bosch-dishwasher-error-codes-how-to-clear-what-to-check/ Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E3
Fault Condition: Not filling with water
Repair or Check: If the water supply cut-off valve on the dishwasher is completely open but the dishwasher will not fill with water then shut off the water supply and unplug the dishwasher. Remove the water fill line and check to see if the water inlet screen valve is plugged up. If so then replace the water valve. Cleaning the screen can make the issue worse so always replace if the screen is clogged. The valve can get stuck open from gunk and therefore flood or overfill.
Parts Required: Water inlet valve Bosch Water Inlet Valve Assembly for Dishwasher
sounds like the magnetic switch for the water intake has become clogged and not re sealing its self, you would need to remove the water pipe and see if you can see anything in the switch keeping it open, if not then the switch has gone and needs replacing. it can be that there is no filter on the water line and they could of cleaned the water line and a bit of muck from the cleaning the main water lines has got into the washer.
make sure you clean the sprayers out real good,if theres debris on the end nozzles they dont spin around too good,also pull out the little service plug that protects debris from getting in the impeller.
i found a little chunk of wood in there! im still not sure how wood ended up in the dishwasher!
Many new supply lines have a safety valve built in to prevent flooding in case of major malfuction. Floodsaver is one of the brands. They can be identified by a small silver cylinder at the water valve end under your sink. I have found that then valves can close under certain conditions other than a malfunction. Try turning off the supply valve and then very slowly, reopen it. Sometimes, I have had to turn off the water supply valve, disconnect the line to relieve the pressure, reattach and SLOWLY turn the water back on. If this fails, next try the diagnostic procedures here:
You need the check the water level switch which is located on the diaphram of the water fill assembly. This is located on the laft side of your machine behind the metal panel. if this switch sticks it will not allow water into the machine
It is the inlet valve, some are located inside the appliance, some mounted in the back panel. Occationaly some have the valve at the end of the hose in a box. The price for repair the first one cheapest the last most expensive.