Question about Bosch Washing Machines
If there is an f57 error code, in 80% of cases the problem is related to the motor control board. But do not rush to buy a new one for your Bosch washing machine. When you solder the components of the board, they may be damaged as a result of the strong vibrations of the machine. Therefore, you need to monitor the correct and stable installation of your washer. In many cases, an experienced master can bring the device back to life. It will significantly save your budget. Think before you start an independent repair. Remember that the new electronic unit is quite expensive.
Posted on Sep 12, 2021
SOURCE: f:23 code logixx edition75
Usually means there is water in the base pan and the flood safety has been activated. If you tip the unit forward a touch you will most likely find that water is expelled from the bottom front. The machine should work but obviously the source of the leak has to be found. Check door gasket for tears etc, water valves and drain hoses.
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010
it means the float at the base of the machine has been triggered. Open the back panel on the machine (turn off power and water tap first) then remove all screws and take metallic back off. Dry inside base with a towel and push down the float which is located in the corner. This will reset it. Keep an eye on it as it may mean you have a leak.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
SOURCE: My Bosch washing machine (logixx
F37 is because of operating the unit below specified temperatures.
Pressing the temperature button twice shows a snowflake and sets a defrost function.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2010
F18 is either the pump discharge is clogged or the machine is oversudsing. If it is oversudsing, make sure that you are using an HE detergent and use less detergent. (Make sure to note the minimum detergent line
To clean out the pump discharge, have a bucket ready for when you release the hose. First, set the cycle selector to Off and unplug the washer. Open the service door and remove it. Next loosen the screws and remove the protective foil. Remove the emptying hose from the holder and take off the cap. Drain the water from the hose. Replace the cap. Then carefully remove the pump cap and drain the rest of the water from the pump. Clean out any foreign objects from the area (housing, threads of the pump cap, etc). Make sure that the impeller can turn. Then replace the pump cap and tighten the screws (the handle should be vertical). Replace the emptying hose and the foil protector. Replace the service door and plug back in. Then fill the dispenser II with 1 liter of water and then start the Drain cycle. Let this water flow through to the pump.
The manual is available from Bosch. Go to http://www.bosch-home.com/us/WAS24460UC.html?source=search and click on Additional Documents . Then click on User Manual. This will redirect you to the correct page. Select your specific model and the language and click on the manual with the IU designation. The pictures to go with the clogged pump are on page 9 of the PDF.
The filters that can get blocked are in the water inlets. To clear those, turn off the water to the washer. Select a cycle and press Start/Pause. Wait 40 seconds then set the selector to Off. Unplug the washer. Then remove the inlet hoses. Clean and replace the filters at both sides of the hose. You will need pliers to remove the filters from the washing machine side. Then reconnect the hoses and check for leaks.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Bosch Logixx
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Same as 'F16', 'F34' stands for 'door lock (fault)' ;-0)
This is indicating that there is a problem either with the door lock or the door locked sensor requiring a service call, sorry ;-0(
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Posted on Sep 15, 2011
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