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  1. I have a SHE3AR75UC/14 and it is running for about a minute and then it shuts off. I replaced the drain motor. I recorded this video. I checked the drain lines and there was not anything. Any ideas?
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    Pub. R020031E 2nd Edition/Revision 0 (4/28/04) PUB 58300000002983 Two versions: one without schematics and one with the following: Page 42 WFMC32/WFXD52 Wiring Diagram Page 43 WFMC64/WFXD84 Wiring Diagram
  3. Manufacturer: BOSCH Type of Appliance: Laundry Washer Model Number: WFMC640SUC/03 Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): yes Looking for the service manual for BOSCH 00436437 to troubleshoot error code E 15. Below are the model #s.
  4. TLDR version: Please Help a DIY-er Repairing a Bosch Washer WFL2090UC? 1) does anyone have a .pdf of the service manual? 2) To replace the brushes, is the best access really via the underside of the machine? 3) Why is there a fine black powder coating everything? Is that bad? What is it? Thanks in advance for any help you guys can provide! - D Below is my first draft of this post. As you can see I have a tendency towards verbosity. I am including it in its entirety anyway in case it contains useful details that help in evaluating or diagnosing the above issues: Hello, I'm a DIY-er trying to repair a Bosch Front Loading Clothes Washer model WFL2090UC/. (I'm not sure if it is /01, /04, or some other version. Believe purchased circa 2008?) Initial issue is the drum will no longer spin. It makes noises like it's trying, and fills with water, and it doesn't seem to be a door latch issue, so I suspect it's either the belt or the brushes. 1) If anyone could provide digital copies of the service manual, tech specs, fault codes, and schematics, that would be amazing. Bosch Customer Service won't share these with me. 2) I already ordered replacement brushes but I can't figure out how best to access the motor. This model seems to have a terrible design with kind of a removable porthole on the back so I can see the back of the tub, belt, and drive shaft(?), but which isn't really big enough to provide access? I can't see what I'm doing when trying to access the motor from the front or reach the motor mount bolts, so it seems like the best option is to remove the bottom-side panel. But, I'm doing this solo and not confident I can tip it over and back upright safely by myself, especially since it's on a pedestal in a small utility room w/o much room to work. I'm guessing that the service manual will tell me that access through the underside panel is what's recommended though. 3) Part of the reason I suspect the brushes is because much of the interior of the machine's cabinet is coated with a fine, black, odorless, soot-like or carbon-like powder. (I didn't try a taste test. Blech.) The greatest concentration of powder seems to be in the bottom rear of the machine. I initially thought this might be mold, but that doesn't make much sense b/c mold doesn't usually grow on metal and plastic w/o access to anything organic, right? Then I thought it might be degraded bits of the belt, but from what my amateur eyes can tell, visually the belt is in good condition. There is resistance when turning it manually and it moves the drum okay. With the quantity of powder dispersed, if it were formerly part of the belt I would expect the belt to be quite obviously chewed up and worn. Plus, the particle size is a lot smaller than I would expect disintegrating rubber to be. I don't have any experience with electrical motors but it occurred to me when the replacement brushes arrived that it may be the old brushes making the mess? The powder itself is flat or matte black though, not the same grey with a slightly reflective sheen like the new brushes have. Can anyone identify the black powder material and suggest what it may portend for the future life of the machine? If the original brushes did get ground up to create this powder, is that likely to happen to the replacement brushes as well? If I can get another 15 years of service from this machine after replacing the brushes I'll be thriled, but does anyone have any suggestions as to the possible cause of the powder and how I might prevent it from happening in future? Thanks for reading this far. I appreciate any and all contributions to resolving my questions. Cheers! Final note: unfortunately I won't have access to the washer again until this weekend, but if photos would be illustrative please let me know what pictures I should take.
  5. File Name: Bosch WFMC Front Load Washer Training Manual , 1st Edition File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 28 Jan 2012 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Bosch WFMC Front Load Washer Training Manual 1st Edition/Revision 6 (2/2/04) Click here to download this file
  6. 264 downloads

    Bosch and Thermador General Gas Range Repair Manual Many Models some of which are as follows. NGM8654UC/01 Bosch 800 Ser.36" 5 BRNR Gas Cktp, SS 8801 8904 NGM8654UC/02 Bosch 800 Ser.36" 5 BRNR Gas Cktp, SS 8904 9003 NGM8654UC/03 Bosch 800 Ser.36" 5 BRNR Gas Cktp, SS 8910 9401 NGM8654UC/04 Bosch 800 Ser.36" 5 BRNR Gas Cktp, SS 9401 9402 PDR366ZS/01 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/02 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/03 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/04 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/05 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/06 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/07 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PDR366ZS/08 "PRO GAS/ELECTRIC RANGE 36""6BRNR SS" 8301 PRO RANGE, 36", DF, 6 BURNER, S/S PG486GEBS/01 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8412 8501 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/02 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8502 8504 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/03 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8504 8510 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/04 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8510 8511 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/05 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8512 8601 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/06 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8601 8601 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/07 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8601 8602 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/08 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8603 8605 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/09 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8605 8605 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/10 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8605 8606 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/11 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8606 8608 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/12 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8608 8609 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/13 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8609 8610 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/14 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8610 8702 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, ELEC GRIDDLE PG486GEBS/15 48" Gas self clean range 6BRNR griddle 8701 8701 PGR486GDLP/01 "PRO GAS RANGE 48"" 6BRN&GRID LP SS" PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, GRIDDLE, LP PGR486GDLP/02 "PRO GAS RANGE 48"" 6BRN&GRID LP SS" PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, GRIDDLE, LP PGR486GDLP/03 "PRO GAS RANGE 48"" 6BRN&GRID LP SS" PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, GRIDDLE, LP PGR486GDLP/04 "PRO GAS RANGE 48"" 6BRN&GRID LP SS" PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, GRIDDLE, LP PGR486GDLP/05 PRO GAS RANGE 48 6BRN&GRID LP SS" 03 8404 PRO RANGE 48", 6BRNR, GRIDDLE, LP PUB 5830000012047
  7. Hi all, I am not sure what to do about this, but am hoping someone here can offer some direction. We have recently (and finally) gotten a dishwasher, which was gifted to us by a friend (it had been sitting in their garage unused.) It is a Bosch "Serie 4" 46db model number SMS46GW01A/01. There isn't space in any of our small kitchen to put it, so we put it next to the kitchen bench - we had a plumber come and drill some holes, and attach some "extension" hoses to the water intake and outtake to the supplied ones. The dishwasher worked great for two weeks, and now has developed an issue. It's a BOSCH "Serie 4" 46db, with the model number SMS46GW01A/01. While working initially, it now seems to run for a short while (10 minutes?) on any of the washing programs, and then stop with the "Check Water" error lit. We've cleaned all the filters, but it looks like it is obtaining water (at least for a while) as the bottom of the dishwasher is full of water when the program stops. Draining also seems to work, as if I start another program, it will drain it all out. Our guess - Is this likely low water pressure due to the length of the hose, that may have been borderline when it worked and now has dipped for some reason? Perhaps it only needs low pressure in the first phase, but demands more in the later one? Or perhaps some sort of blockage in the water intake or the wastewater pump?. Should we: 1) call a plumber 2) call a bosch technician 3) is there something we can do ourselves? Thanks in advance. Hilary and Richard.
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    @Son of Samurai's handwritten training notes from technical training sessions at ASTI 2018 in St. Petersburg. From his earballs to your eyeballs! Technical sessions attended: Dacor cooking Whirlpool refrigeration and cooking LG technical Samsung refrigeration Whirlpool laundry Sub-Zero IC and IT units Bosch cooking GE refrigeration
  9. 555 downloads

    Bosch Free Standing and Slide-in Ranges Service Manual Free Standing Ranges: FSR FSR3 Slide In Ranges: SIR Models: HDI7032C/U - SIR HDI7052C/U - SIR HEI7132C/U - SIR HEI7152C/U - SIR HEI7282C/U - SIR HES2220U - FSR HES2250U - FSR HES2260U - FSR HES2320U - FSR HES232C/U - FSR HES2350U - FSR HES235C/U - FSR HES2360U - FSR HES236C/U - FSR HES242C/U - FSR HES245C/U - FSR HES246C/U - FSR HES247U - FSR HES252C/U - FSR HES255C/U - FSR HES256C/U - FSR HES3052C/U – FSR3 HES342U - FSR HES3450U - FSR HES345U - FSR HES346U - FSR HES432U - FSR HES435U - FSR HES436U - FSR HES442U - FSR HES445U - FSR HES446U - FSR HES5022C/U - FSR3 HES5042C/U - FSR3 HES5052C/U - FSR3 HES5062C/U - FSR3 HES7022C/U - FSR3 HES7052C/U - FSR3 HES7062C/U - FSR3 HES7132U - FSR3 HES7152U - FSR3 HES7252U - FSR3 HES7282U - FSR3 HGS232UC - FSR HGS442UC - FSR HGS445UC - FSR HGS446UC - FSR HGS5022UC - FSR3 HGS5042UC - FSR3 HGS5052UC - FSR3 HGS5062UC - FSR3 HGS7022UC - FSR3 HGS7052UC - FSR3 HGS7062UC - FSR3 HGS7132UC - FSR3 HGS7152MX - FSR3 HGS7282UC - FSR3 HDI7132C/U - SIR HDI7152C/U - SIR HDI7282C/U - SIR HDS252C/U - FSR HDS255C/U - FSR HDS256C/U - FSR HDS355U - FSR HDS442U - FSR HDS445U - FSR HDS446U - FSR HDS7022C/U - FSR3 HDS7052C/U - FSR3 HDS7062C/U - FSR3 HDS7132U - FSR3 HDS7152U - FSR3 HDS7282U - FSR3 HEI7032C/U - SIR HEI7052C/U - SIR HGS2350UC - FSR HGS235UC - FSR HGS236UC - FSR HGS242UC - FSR HGS245UC - FSR HGS246UC - FSR HGS247UC - FSR HGS252UC - FSR HGS2530UC - FSR HGS255UC - FSR HGS256UC - FSR HGS3052UC - FSR3 HGS342UC - FSR HGS345UC - FSR HGS346UC - FSR HGS432UC - FSR HGS435UC - FSR HGS436UC - FSR PUB 58300000118566 ARA EN A
  10. I have a Bosch side-by-side Fridge/Freezer B22CS30SNS/01 that is having ice build up on the evaporator coil in the refrigerator side. I have ran the self test and received no errors. I tested the defrost heater for continuity and it was good. I tested the defrost fuse for continuity and that was good as well. I tested the defrost sensor for continuity and it was good. Can someone tell be what the next step in diagnosing this is? Is there a table with resistance values for a given temp for the defrost sensor? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in advance!
  11. Bosch B22CS50SNW Refrigerator Repair Instructions View File PUB 58300000186266 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 02/26/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper
  12. Version 1.0.0

    64 downloads

    PUB 58300000118935
  13. Version 1.0.0

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    PUB 58300000110628
  14. Bosch HBL745AUC-02 Wall Oven Wiring Diagram View File PUB 58300000110628 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 03/24/2021 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  15. Hello board members I require your experience and advice regarding a used Bosch Compact Dishwasher model SKS51E18EU bought recently. The previous owner of 5 years mentioned an issue that it doesn’t drain at the end of the program, so restarting a new program clears this issue. After good results for 7-8 cycles its behavior changed.. The ordinary program sequence begins: Drainage > Emptying all water in the system > and then the inlet pump starts taking in water, after ~15 seconds of water going in, the "check water" indicator turns on, and the program ends with a long drainage. total of 3 minutes since program execution I checked: Different configurations of the in/out tubes in different angles while running The inlet filter - was clean Drainage filter + unscrewed some piece to reach the cog-wheel of the pump making sure there are no obstructions After looking online I found that for similar cases some concluded this might be the inlet valve, before ordering a replacement I need certainty that this is the solution, that’s why I require your help. Thanks in advance!
  16. 575 downloads

    PUB 58300000154538
  17. Manufacturer: Bosch Type of Appliance: Dishwasher Model Number: SHE45M06UC Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): Yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): Yes Need tech sheet
  18. 120 downloads

    Various fault codes for the Bosch family of appliances. Includes ovens, ranges, washers, dishwashers etc. No PUB number in this document.
  19. Manufacturer: Bosch Type of Appliance: Dishwasher Model Number: Shx68t55uc/02 Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): Yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): Yes Service manual needed for disassembly
  20. Hi Friends: I have a Bosch B22CT080SNS/01 French Door Refrigerator. Ice maker is located in the bottom freezer. I cannot find for the life of me the ice maker assembly replacement. It is on back order.and has been for at least 2 months now. Bosch has not ETA. No local parts house, no online vendor, or my tech can find one. Only some in Canada but they won't ship to the US. I was told to find part number 00798555. This Bosch refrigerator was clearly made by Whirlpool. My brother owns a JennAir JFC2290REM00 and I can't find a difference in the models except of course the label. I'm willing to put in a generic ice maker if someone can suggest something that is compatible. This unit produces the crescent cubes. Any help or suggestions would be appreciate. Thank you!
  21. 1,881 downloads

    GV640A DW REPAIR INSTRUCTION SHP / SHX / SHV models PUB 58300000170749
  22. Manufacturer: bosch Type of Appliance: washer Model Number: WFMC6401UC Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): yes need service manual for dissassembly instructions thx
  23. Manufacturer: bosch Type of Appliance: dishwasher Model Number: SHE33M02UC/50 Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): yes greatly appreciated thank you for the manual
  24. Manufacturer: bosch Type of Appliance: dishwasher Model Number: SHX65T55UC/02 Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): yes need the manual thx
  25. Manufacturer: bosch Type of Appliance: dishwasher Model Number: SHX65T55UC/01 Have you validated the model number at an online parts site like Repair Clinic? (yes or no): yes Have you watched the video on how to search for manuals and have you searched the Downloads section prior to posting this request? (yes or no): yes need service manual thx
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