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Jonathan Then

Member Since 30 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 02 2012 02:32 PM

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In Topic: Diagnosing the Cause for a Twisted Door Gasket in a Front Loading Washer

02 October 2012 - 02:28 PM

Excellent informative thread! :)

In Topic: Diagnosing Bad Drum Bearings in a Front Loading Washer

02 October 2012 - 02:23 PM

That sounds terrible. 5 years and I bet that machine was close to $800-$1200 brand new... such a shame. is there any preventative maintenance that could have been done?

In Topic: Bosch she44c05uc Dishwasher not finishing cycle

31 May 2012 - 01:55 PM

Don't smash it, release all of the clips around the middle of the housing (visible here) - examine the relay pin solders (which are likely burnt) - repair it at your liesure and keep on hand to swap if and when that reoccurs.
The clips are a bit of a chore to pry open all at once - work at it carefully with a small screwdriver.


I owe you guys some beers when you come to NYC. seriously.

i took your advice, sat down with some dental picks, some micro-screwdrivers and a glass of jamaican rum on the rocks and went to work. managed to get that sucker open! problem diagnosed and confirmed!

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In Topic: Bosch she44c05uc Dishwasher not finishing cycle

30 May 2012 - 04:55 PM

Great Success!! it worked!! Thank you Guru's for all your help! when i get some time im going to sit down with a glass of scotch and pry that control panel housing apart!

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In Topic: Bosch she44c05uc Dishwasher not finishing cycle

26 May 2012 - 07:44 AM

Don't smash it, release all of the clips around the middle of the housing (visible here) - examine the relay pin solders (which are likely burnt) - repair it at your liesure and keep on hand to swap if and when that reoccurs.
The clips are a bit of a chore to pry open all at once - work at it carefully with a small screwdriver.


fair enough! i did try for hours yesterday to open that thing, I can get a few of the clips, but I have no idea where the other ones were, your pictures are fair at best :woot: is there a way to get me a picture of the clips? i'd be greatly appreciative of it! otherwise, i will give it another go when i have a glass of scotch and 5 hours to kill :rocker: :rocker:


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