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BOSCH Dishwasher no water? PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by zerobwx, 7 Jul 2009.

  1. zerobwx

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    Okay so yesterday me and my father spent about 5 or 6 ours on our dishwasher, because when we turned it on, the pump would run, lights would come on, and everything would work properly. However, there is no water filling up. We checked our water connection from under the sink leading to the dishwasher and its feeding fine. So we pulled it out yesterday, and we are looking for what could be wrong. We figure its on the bottom where the water pipe connects, so we are trying to take the butt piece off, however we cannot find any screws! There dosent seem to be a way to take it off.

    I believe the model number is FD7709

    Thanks for all your help, we could surely use some!

    -Brandon
     
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    Take the side panels off 'right hand side is best' and check for water in the base.
    Bosch D/W have a habit of the circulation pump/sump seal leaking

    If there is water in the base the drain pump will operate but no water will enter to prevent you being flooded

    Model number is usually along the lines of SDG 104 etc

    some models you can remove a metal plate on the base if you tip it backwards others have a one piece plastic base.
     
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