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edhart_old

Member Since 17 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Nov 08 2014 06:11 PM

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Bosch Dishwasher shx46a05uc/40

16 March 2013 - 12:36 PM

Trying to stop my parts changing monkey habits. After perusing this forum for countless hours and coming to the uneducated conclusion that the control board was at fault, I swapped it out to no avail.

There are a few problems that I assumed could only be the result of faulty circuit board wiring.

 

1. The unit fills almost constantly, mostly slow flow but seems to be getting faster 

2.  It sounds like it is cycling between fill and pump during wash cycles

C. The machine has gotten much louder, was extremely quiet for the first 4 or so years.

4. The sanitized light does not light at the end of the wash cycle anymore

E. I can't remeber the 5'th symptom, but I am sure it is there.

6. It takes for freaking ever for it to complete a wash as compared to maybe an hour or so when new, it is at least 4-5 times that now.

 

Please stop me from throwing more parts at this machine.

Ed


Asko W620 pump question / no drain in the membrane

31 May 2008 - 11:53 PM

The washer has seen it's fair share of coins in the trap. Usually just clean it out and vaccuum out the drain and it drains again like normal. I am wondering if it is at the end of it's life , after clearing it out last time it won't drain unless the drain tube is lowered to just above pump level. The pump impeller still spins , but doesn't seem to be able to build up the pressure to pump out the water at normal drain height. Should I just replace the pump or is there anything else that could cause the washer not to drain properly.

Regards,

Ed


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