Bosch (with Tecnik badge) dishwasher

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  1. davies1980

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    Apologies to all that have read other similar posts on here re this subject.

    Long story short my dishwasher goes forever and the water remains cold. I have removed the washer, an SE6TIE2GB/50 and removed the bottom to get to the heating element thinking that this is the issue.

    I have been advised to check the circuit on the element console by checking the reading between the Live and Neutral. The Live is quite clear with there being a red wire going in to the element console however I dont know which is the neutral. Remaining are Earths, a purple and white wire and a red and white wire. Is one of these the neutral or is it not even in this place?

    I was told that if there was a circuit (poss around 25ohms) then the problem lies elsewhere, however if there is no circuit then the element needs changing.

    Help required please!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ps - I am a bit of a novice and therefore please reply in simple terms for me to understand
     
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    ++Update++

    There is a circuit going through the heating element, I believe that this means the element is not the problem?

    Any suggestions anyone?
     
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