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Model WFL 2462/24 washing machine. Why isn't water heated?

Programs run through but water is not heated. Heater and NTC OK. Is the water level switch a likely candidate and where is it?

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thanks sorry i have no hands on experence with bosch as im in usa and dont have many in my neck of the woods but there are bosch experts in here

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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Hi there, i have prepared two links. The first one is the original manual you requested and the second link refers to the quick reference guide.

Click here for the first link to your original manual.

Click here for the quick reference guide.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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Only way to be sure if it is the heater, is to test it with a meter.
They are a fairly straightforward job to replace
Please rate my solution.
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pressure chamber blocked with soap depists scale etc will need removing for service and cleaning partial strip down required.

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Did you check the electric inlet solenoid assembly?

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E1
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E6 - Unexpected heating.
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Hi there

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