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How to replace and reprogram the main control board on Bosch dishwashers

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dishwasher Repair 09 April 2011 · 5,053 views

Replacing and re-programming the control in these Bosch dishwasher is a pretty straightforward job. But the instructions for the reprogramming are a little different from what you might actually see.

Here's a video showing how to replace the control.

And here are the written instructions from Bosch (click to enlarge):

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In the video, the re-programming portion is the last 30 seconds or so of the video. Notice that what they show in the video doesn't quite match up with what's shown in the video, in particular, the programming code shown in the display. In the video, you see him cycle through a series of programming codes from 20 through 29 (this is how you'll usually see it in the field for models with the LED display) until he gets the code he wants, in his case, "21."

In the written instructions, OTOH, they talk about programming codes of C0 through C4. The discrepancy is that in the written instructions, they're using "C" to mean "code." On the display, just ignore the first number ("2") and go by the the second number that changes as you cycle through it.

So, for example, if your model number is SHU43C06UC, the target code is "1" and you cycle through until you see "21" in the display.

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Source: Bosch D/W Model# shu43c06uc/17



Removing the inner basket in a Whirlpool LSV7245AQ0 direct-drive washer

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Washing Machine Repair 04 April 2011 · 870 views

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While someone applies upward pressure on the inner basket
(just grab by the lip an pull up). take the end of the spanner wrench or blunt chisel or like object
and with a metal hammer beat down on the top edge of the metal drive block (the part you screwed the nut off of)
making sure not to damage the threads or hit on the 2 internal grooves..anywhere else on the top of the block is fine.
a few good knocks should break it free...if not rotate the inner basket a little and try again. This will
only work if someone is holding up on the basket.


Source: Removing the inner basket in a Whirlpool LSV7245AQ0 washer








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