Would you change the oil in your car if you had a flat tire? Your washer is full of water, yes? Look towards the device that primary job is to get rid of that water, the drain pump. A WetVac is your best friend when you need to pump water out manually.
Unhook the drain pump and look for foreign objects, coins hair clips and such.
An intermittent tub seal leak? Unlikely. Does this machines neutral drain work? One likely cause would be the water whirl pooling over the edge if it started spinning right away. Also, if the basket was pushed forward (out of balanced load), we have seen much leakage because of the basket not lining the fill spout...
Once had a case where the machine would only leak intermittently. The drain was spliced into the same drain as the shower. So, it would back fill the machine went into drain, while someone was showering...
How fast was the cold water entering? Did it seem like it was stopping when voltage was removed from the valve?
If you own a dishwasher, I wouldn't recommend going tankless... Most dishwashers don't fill at a fast enough rate to trigger the heater. Then it fills with cold water. Filling dishwashers with cold water isn't recommended by most manufactures. Also, on some designs of dishwashers, it will lock you out if it takes too long for the water to reach the proper temp. The heating element helps, but isn't always good enough to get the water up to temp.
Also, we used Chimney cleaning rods (harder stiffer and bigger) attached between the drill and Lint Eater, with custom made connector, for the straight portion of the dryer run. The down fall, you can't go around any bends with them. Also, you risk breaking off the Lint Eater portion by pushing against a 90 degree turn...
Twas what I was afraid of. I like how you are forced into buying a spendy motor rather than just replacing a $10 pulley. Unbelievable. Rather the build quality of their product. The only thing worse than plastic is stryofoam. (I'm looking at you Samsung)
microwave bags and Keurig k-cups coffee for me... although when I get in a snobby mood I'll use a whirlypop for popcorn and a burr grinder and french press for coffee. My snobby moods have become less and less.... but even at my snobbiest I never roasted my own coffee..... too cool.
Freshly roasted coffee is like comparing a can of bud light to draft of locally brewed ale. Night and Day.
What I know to be true about Bosch Dishwashers: The average age is about 10 years old when we work on them. Compared to Frigidaire, Whirlpool, and the occasional Maytag, which are about 5-7 years old. The Samsungs and LGs tend to be 5 or less years old.
Just went out on a samsung sxs, had a huge surge at customers house. We checked the Inverter board and the control board... Control looked besides the blown fuse, and the inverter was shot. Replaced inverter and changed fuse on the control. Plugged back in, nothing. No power anywhere. Took the lower back panel and there was a filter board, blown out. Bypassed temporary, and got the fridge going.
So, check behind the lower panel too. These Samsungs have more PCB than the space shuttle!