Question about Bosch Dishwashers
Posted by Anonymous on
E:09 is a fault detected in the heating circuit. Try first tripping circuit breaker (or disconnecting power cord) for five minutes and see if this can clear the error.
If that does not work, call Bosch at the number listed on the dishwasher manual. The repair is not suitable for the home user.
About E:09 I quote the good clarificatory explanation given by trikidik on this website.
"E:09 relates to a fault in the heating circuit. This new range of bosch machines do not heat the water in the same way as the older range. There is no water pressure switch on the heater assembly as the circ pump contains the heater in one complete unit (heat-pump). The control module monitors the speed & current draw of the circ pump to ensure that there is water in the sump & it is also circulating. Your machine must be less than 2 years old, so should still be under warranty. Its not a DIY fix, it needs an engineer to sort it, as it is probably a fault with either the heat-pump or the control module."
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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What does the above error E09 mean and what is the solution please?
About what year have Bosch took away the water pressure switch on Washer Machines and changed the heater and circ pump in one complete unit ?
Is it models after 2004 or after 2009 ?