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Service Manual for Miele Incognito G858 bSCVi plus

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Looking for a Service Manual for Miele Incognito G858 bSCVi plus

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G600_800.pdf

WD_TC_G858p.pdf

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[user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user] wrote:

G600_800.pdf

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Thank you.  This is very helpful.  However, the manuals refer to accessing 'service modes' at the end of the document but I don't see anything like that.  Are there other service documents from Miele that could help with this?

Thanks again,

Louis

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[user=69112]Mathelo1[/user] wrote:

.. the manuals refer to accessing 'service modes' at the end of the document but I don't see anything like that.... 

ahh...  G600_800_USA_DTD

and SM_G818_658_858 (thanks [user=637]kdog[/user])

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I'm finally getting around to working on our Miele Incognito G858 bSCVi plus.

I've removed the electronic board and see a burned out resister at one of the pins for ST3.  I'd like to try and replace this resister before I replace this rather pricey board but I can't read the value due to the burn marks. 

If someone has access to one of these boards and can read the value on this resister it would be a great help to me.

See attached photo for location.

Thanks

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An additional shot of the board

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Anybody with ideas?

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Well, I ended up buying a new board.  The price on these things is rediculous!  I paid $550 for this control board door to door.

So if anyone is interested the resistor value is 472.

Louis

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there may be other things wrong the Board (or DishWasher) besides the resistor ...

You could try replacing it and see if the old Board works ...

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[user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user] wrote:

there may be other things wrong the Board (or DishWasher) besides the resistor ...

You could try replacing it and see if the old Board works ...

I'm sure that is true. 

I've dropped in the new board and so far so good.  I'm going to replace the resister on the old board and see if it works.  If it does, than I have a backup in reserve.

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Hopefully nothing of the Dishwasher caused that Resistor (and the Board) to go bad ...

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