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Bosch Dishwasher - Stuck Cycle

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by RidwarePhil, 4 Jan 2010.

  1. RidwarePhil

    RidwarePhil

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    Last week we managed to block our kitchen waste pipe and this seems to have adversely affected our dishwasher.

    I found our dishwasher leaking from the bottom of the kitchen cabinet (its an integrated type) and now even though it appears to be dry it just keeps trying to drain and wont start the next cycle.

    I have cleared the waste and checked the impeller (both are ok) but I am struggling for where to look next?

    E number is SGV5 3E03GB

    Any ideas appreciated?

    Phil
     
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    i had a problem with my bosch which was doing the same thing, it turned out i had some dirt in the plastic unit next to where the water feed pipe is, i took this apart by chance, and cleaned out some muck which the sensors seemed to like, and its worked fine ever since.


    hope that helps in some way, model number on mine was 41184 (8012)
     
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  4. zipper

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    Sounds like you have got water on the bottom plate & it has activated the flood protection device. Tilt the machine to allow the water to run off then try it again. I assume the waste pipe issue is sorted now?
     
  5. RidwarePhil

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    Tilted machine forwards
    Water ran out from base
    Left to dry overnight
    and hey presto all is working again :D

    Thanks for the great advice.
    Phil
     
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    My pleasure :D. If it happens again there must be an internal leak, but hopefully it was just spillage after the wastepipe problem.
     
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