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SHE4AM15UC Dishwasher won't fill

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I have a bosch dishwasher that won't fill unless I open and close the door.  It will fill and run the way it is supposed to after the door is opened and closed 1 minutes into the cycle.  I have already replaced the control board, control module, and water inlet valve.  None of these things have fixed the problem.  It looked like someone else had a similar problem and posted to the forum last year on this topic.  Did we ever hear how he fixed it.  It looked like he had changed the handle and other things but that didn't work for him.

 

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Had a similar problem with this model.  Bosch advised to replace the door latch.  Didn't work.  Unit eventually was exchanged before I could nail it down.  I do see a bulletin was issued concerning latch problems due to a weakened tub.  Came out with a stiffener kit P/N 611955 but I haven't had any experience with it.  Also make sure unit is level to ensure proper latch activation.

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Thanks

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Had one like this that kicked my ass. BOSCH had me changing all above said parts and the latch, until I got ahold of one tech that said this unit senses the pump speed and will not run if the rpm is too low> Found object in wash pump (after replacing pump).

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Had one like this that kicked my ass. BOSCH had me changing all above said parts and the latch, until I got ahold of one tech that said this unit senses the pump speed and will not run if the rpm is too low> Found object in wash pump (after replacing pump).

 

 

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I will try looking at the pump.  I will let you know how it goes.

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Just had another where it was the pump, and not the optical sensor that the tech line said to replace... Calcium build-up in this pump.

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