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#299264 Bosch Ecosense dishwasher SHE6AF06UC error E24 and E21

Posted by acadiel on 21 July 2014 - 06:47 PM

Hey, I just did this one with the E24 code, if it is pumping out fine and does it in the first 2 minutes replace the lower board on the bottom right of the unit. That is the issue.


You might be on to something here.  i just found this:




I'm wondering if a lot of people are having these issues; I have had for a while.  Blew out the drain hose (no problems there), replaced the drain pump, checked for obstructions over and over, and I, like the OP, can only avoid the E:24 by opening the door within the first minute and shutting it again.

#274097 SHE6AP02UC/05 Bosch infuriating E:24 drain error

Posted by acadiel on 12 November 2013 - 06:29 PM

Just wanted to come back and say the RepairClinic pump fixed it! Thanks! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD

#249106 GE TFX22ZPBEWW Ice dispenser auger not going

Posted by acadiel on 26 February 2013 - 08:17 AM

I ordered a new relay for the board to see if it's the relay that went on the fritz again.  It's just about the only part that goes bad on it, from what I've read.  I'll desolder the old one and put the new one on and see what happens.


I do get 120V in the door from the orange/grey parts of the harness.  Didn't try continuity to the actual motor wire though yet, but that'll be my next step to track all the wires down after replacing the $2 relay. :)




If the wiring tracing goes well, and relay replacement doesn't work, then I'll break down and buy the $60 board. :(  What's funny is that besides the handful of heavy duty switches on that board, there's probably only a couple bucks of diodes and resistors on it.

Minimanual posted here ==> http://appliantology...anual-31-51275/


Awesome, thanks!!!

#237987 TFX22ZPBEWW dumping water on floor - where's the drain pan?

Posted by acadiel on 18 August 2012 - 06:32 PM

Got the slab of ice out at the bottom, removed the peas, and verified I could pour hot water down the drain... hopefully it's fixed! Thanks, everyone!

#221316 GE TFX22ZPBEWW - Trouble manually engaging defrost

Posted by acadiel on 21 January 2012 - 09:41 AM

Yes, it ran for a while without the back panel before the defrost timer kicked in.

The temperature appears to be holding again today... hopefully it stays fixed :)

#221240 GE TFX22ZPBEWW - Trouble manually engaging defrost

Posted by acadiel on 20 January 2012 - 07:45 AM

Yep, it's working now....

I learn something new everyday thanks to you guys :) Time to clean the freezer while it's apart and reassemble!


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