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It appears that your model is probably SHEM63W52N/01 Bosch cunningly hide the heater inside the pump housing and sell the pump and heater as one unit! Having said that, the heater usually works or it doesn't. When it comes on is controlled by a control unit, another expensive part. I was looking for a relay, but there isn't one. The spray arms move by the water pressure making them spin. First of all I would remove them and check all the holes for blockages. Replace them and make sure they spin well by hand. If you are inclined, strip the pump and make sure is is clear of blockages and the impeller spins well. Check the continuity of the heater element. ..

Bosch... • Answered on Mar 28, 2021

These handles are often mounted from the back of the door. You might have to strip down the whole door to replace the old handle

Bosch... • Answered on Mar 17, 2021

It means that the dishwasher is not draining properly due to the drain filter being blocked

Bosch... • Answered on Feb 02, 2021

The cycle timer could be defective.

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 30, 2020

Order the repair manual directly from Bosch.

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 30, 2020

It is most likely that it is failing due to old age and needs to be replaced.

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 30, 2020

Replace the defective cycle timer

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 29, 2020

Take the front kick panel off and see if anything under the machine is wet.

Bosch Evolution... • Answered on Dec 28, 2020

Try cutting electrical power to it for 5 minutes. That may set electronics

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 28, 2020

It doesn't turn off at the end of the cycle because the cycle timer is stuck.

Bosch... • Answered on Dec 28, 2020

My Bosch SHE4AM16UC was having the same problem of it going from active straight to clean, and there was water in the bottom making me think that there was either a clog or a pump issue. I took my shop vac sucked all the water out of the dishwasher including the down into the drain area for about 3 min until u think all the water is gone in the entire unit. Then I also took off the drain hose that was connected to either your sink or your disposal and held the shop vac over that area for about 5 min to get all the water and hopefully any clog that may be obstructing the drainage. Put the hose back on and hit start and it worked. So for me it was just a clog either deep in the hose or inside the unit. I hope this helps someone. TonyaB

Bosch SHE4AM16UC... • Answered on Dec 12, 2020

Domestic dishwashers work by taking cold water and soaking the dishes as the water warms. Then it gives a good wash at high pressure, drains, refills, rinses and then hot rinses to dry. If it is slow because of slow filling, check the water pressure and also clean the strainer filters on the supply hoses where they go into the machine. If you want speed, buy a small under-counter commercial machine. They fill with hot water, have a tank heater and a rinse tank heater and the whole cycle is 3 1/2 minutes. Glasses first, plates and cutlery next, and pots and pans last. Seems to be a known issue!! Videos here with solutions ..

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my dishwasher e01cod show then turn off

Bosch... • Answered on Oct 14, 2020

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