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Bosch dishwasher, doesn't always empty

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Peter.N., 27 Jul 2021.

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    Peter.N.

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    Its a few years old now but started only emptying intermittently, cleaned the pump and hose although not really dirty. Once the cycle has finished if you start it again it empties.

    I noticed that the plastic tank/pipe connector on the LH side is sometimes partly full of water.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Peter
     
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    Does the pipe go up to above the drum before connecting to the waste, to prevent syphoning back into the drum?
     
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    Yes, goes up to the top of the cupboard under the sink.

    Peter
     
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    They often have some kind of sensor like a vacuum device to tell when the drum is empty try a google for water level sensor or similar for your machine it might well be a blockage in that clear tank you mention.
     
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    Yes, I believe it does, will investigate that. Thanks

    Peter
     
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    Run out of ideas now, bought a new Beko, very good for the price. Thanks for all your suggestions.

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    Thanks for the update, have a Beko myself and been pleased with it.
     
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