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Re: Describe your Bosch 24 in. SHU5305UC
Please post me your email i can send you in PDF format the manual so you can fix it yourself. There are prem chat avib but this part is free but you have to do the work If you want us to give you step by step instructions on how to fix it you will have to pay
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Water coming into the dishwasher should be 125 degrees if not you will have cold/warm water. This will case poor wash/dry and longer wash times. If you have correct water temp. change out your control. Your heating relay is bad. part#266746 Please rate me a 4 if I was helpful. Have a great day!
Bosch dishwashers do not have built in heated dryers. Be sure your water is hot enough and the rinse aid dispenser is not empty. The Bosch should heat your water to a minimum temp and if it is not, this could be your problem.
make certain that there is water coming into the d/w if so and you are sure that the solenoid on the water valve energizes then its possible that the strainer on the water valve might be clogged if so its going to take a bit of work to remove and clean the strainer and reasemble it are you confident .
Behind the dispensor door there is a small selanoid you will need to replace this, test to see if its open circuit, alternatively you can just place the detergent in side the machine before you put it on a wash cycle is this would have the same effect. the only cycle you can not do this on is the one with the prewash, I think its number 1.
You wont be able to blow through as these have a one way valve, if you put water in the dishwasher and lower the pipe down to the floor does water flow through? if so then its a pump problem and you may need a new pump, or try taking it of and see if there is anything traped in it sometimes you get a pip or a bit of broken glass that may prevent it from working. The pump is the bluey coloured object that has the gley outlet connected, it normally has three screws in the back. make sure you unplug machine first.