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Anyone familiar with Bosch SHE7ER55UC and variable spray pressure?

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#1 dave42

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 09:48 AM

We have a new Bosch SHE7ER55UC dishwasher. It is listed at 42DB....quietest in its class. We have had it for a couple months.

It is listed as having variable pressure spray.

I have a couple observations. I was using it on Express mode and thought it was very noisy. Alot of pump noise as well as always hearing things banging around inside when they're being washed. Had a repairman come out and did not think there was anything mechanically wrong with it.

I have since tried it in normal mode and think it is much quieter. Does anyone know if it uses a higher pressure when in express mode than in normal or auto mode?

I called Bosch, and they had no idea.

Thanks
Dave

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 06:11 PM

Cant be that, that would just make too much sense! I wont be impressed until they build a soundproof dishwasher that loads itself and puts the dishes away when its done!





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