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Bosch Dishwasher Service Manual - SHU6805UC/U12

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We are in the US Virgin Islands with an inoperative Bosch dishwasher - SHC6805UC/U12 - and no local service support.

I fixed circuit board several years ago but this looks like an inlet solenoid or something similar that prevents water fill.

DOES ANYONE HAVE A SERVICE MANUAL FOR THIS MACHINE? I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT BEFORE STARTING TO DISASSEMBLE!!

I saw 1/2011 post from RegUS_PatOff with manual but there is no download link in that thread "Bosch Dishwasher SHC6805UC/U12."

Thanks in advance for all your help and support.

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OK - I'm now an apprentice.

Is the manual available?

Once I get into this I suspect I will also need more help but for now the manual should help with disassembly and troubleshooting.

Thanks

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Thanks - I got both manuals.

I have run the test diagnostics - Bosch manual Diagram 1 page 72 - the program doesn't seem to stop, 2 lights continue to flash and code stays at "0" and there is a periodic hum (seems like 15 seconds on and 30 seconds off) that would go on forever.

I have tried to run several cycles, including rinse and hold, and the results are the same - initial drain and then the hum (I'm guessing fill valve) but if I open the unit there is water in the sump - typically just above or below the top screen. I can pump this water out with the reset command (ScrubWash + DelicateEcono).

Even with Rinse&Hold I get the same action (or no action). I guess the hum could also be a bad motor capacitor.

Any suggestions? Do you know if the typical fill level is just to the top of the sump?

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