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Bosch DW SHE4AM02UC/01 not completing cycle

Not completing cycle not drying dishes

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#1 brookeinvan

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Posted Yesterday, 08:45 PM

Hi gang

I've got a friend with a Bosch DW and she says the regular wash cycle is never completing, it has run for 3+ hrs a few times before she has noticed it. The power scrub cycle works ( finishes) but dishes are never dry.
Question is, is the turbidity sensor active on the power scrub cycle? ( because I would assume turbidity in a DW that never finishes) and gurus out there with a wash cycle schematic, or some first hand knowledge. This Is just a friend, not a paying client and I am not very familiar with the Bosch line. I do know they are one month out of 5 yr factory on the board ( isn't it always the case)

Many Thanks.

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#2 vee8power

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Posted Today, 07:41 AM

Use this link to find out if it's heating:

http://appliantology...in-the-display/



#3 stewartservice

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Posted Today, 07:15 PM

If the turbidity sensor fails it reverts to standard NORMAL cycle and finishes cycle. Not showing a fault to the consumer. Check as mentioned above for heating failure.



#4 brookeinvan

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Posted Today, 09:37 PM

Greatadvice, I am going there this weekend I will bring my meter and apply your excellent knowledge.
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Greatadvice, I am going there this weekend I will bring my meter and apply your excellent knowledge.
As usual, you guys are awesome.





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