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DeathStalker

Reapair Manual for Bosch WFK2401UC

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DeathStalker

I thought I'd be clever and do a site search. I found a thread asking for the same manual, but the link was PM'ed and the thread is locked. Oh well. At least I tried to find one before doing a new thread........ Thanks in advance, :thumbsup:

EDIT: Actually I need a Repair manual, not a Reapair manual. Can't say I even know what a reapair is........

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PMed the diagnostic procedure and error code list.

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Thanks man. I got it fixed. A finish nail was wedged in the pump vanes preventing them from turning.

Hopefully Santa is good to you this year. :thanks:

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