Recently, my in-law bought the above item. After the program completed, we found the internal wall of the machine is wet though the plates id dry and warm. We seeked the shop and the technicians but in vain. Is it normal in this case?
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The Bosch Company is probably known best for its high-end dishwashers,
but the company also produces other home appliances including
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