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Bosch Dishwasher mod SHE4AP06UC

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Hi -

I have a Bosch SHE4AP06UC dishwasher that has been acting up lately. First what was happening is the wash cycles would stop short of finishing - primarily this was on the Power Scrub cycle. I have replace both control boards and am now on my second Timer / Power control board.

At the time I replaced the first Power Control board the problem went from some issue mainly with Power Wash - I found Auto Wash finished properly most times - to all cycles having problems.

If I put the original board back in this at least lets the Auto Wash run - but I prefer Power Wash due to the sanitizing.

OK _ SO now I have my Original Control board (behind the front panel) and the second Timer/Power (Base Mounted) board installed.

I downloaded the manual and ran the Self test - only allowed me to run the consumer version - start as soon as I hit < key - ant that shows results of Sanitized Light flashing and all others dark.

I ran the Power Wash cycle - which ended after only about 10 minutes - and when I requested the status code for that (using the > key) it again shows only Sanitized flashing.

So the problem I have now is two fold 1.) What is wrong with my dishwasher and 2,) I can not find this result in the manual I dowloaded - the manual references an SHE4AP12UC, but not he 06 like I have.

Any thoughts on what this might be? I am going to put my original board back in there tonight I think and see what that shows.

By the way - I am pretty dure based on the notes in the service manual and how hot the dishes were when the test finished - that the test all worked.

THanks for any suggestions.

Perry

Edited by DurhamAppliance
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Sounds line it might be the Turbidity Sesor. Part number: AP4482988

Part number: AP4482988


 

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Edited by tpoindexter

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You passed!

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Hi -

 

I went to order this and the site says it is not the correct one for my machine. SHE4AP06UC is my model number.

 

The washer is still acting up - I hope this takes care of it. I actually called a guy locally and he did not want to take this on since he felt it would be a bear to get fixed :(

 

At any rate - I did find this part number - would this be the correct one?

 

Part number: ap2802364

Part number: ap2802364

 

Thanks,

 

Perry

Edited by Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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What are the numbers after the UC in your model number?

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SHE4AP06UC/06 

 

Also - I've been looking in the newer manual you have now and there is some text about a failure of this part not likely affecting this machines ability to complete the cycle, but may some dirtier dishes and shorter cycle times due to not requesting additional rinses.

 

I am wondering how we came to suspect this part?

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