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Bosch SHE44C02UC/22

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jstorii

Dear Samaurai Sensei,

I need the service manual for a Bosch SHE44C02UC/22 dishwasher. Do you have?

thanks,

Jstorii

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jstorii

My model number is SHE44C02UC/22. The service manual your linded is for SHU43C05UC36, SHE* SHX* SHV*

Will that service manual apply to my model also?

thanks

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

"SHE*" right in the title. I'd go with it.

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jumptrout

The manual covers the SHE as the Samurai said. You just have to read all the notes and hints to apply it to some models including the SHE.

What is wrong with yours?

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jstorii

Thanks.

When I hit the on/off button, immediately a motor (drain pump motor?) is running.

Diagnostic code read, C1

From reading comments, I thought maybe either float or inlet valve.

I took off kickplate, but wondering what to do next procedurally. I figured the service manual might be helpful to tell me steps.

Thanks

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jumptrout

When any dishwasher is turned on the first action is to drain any residual water left in the unit.

Your C1 code is most likely a bad control board.

If you remove the control facia and remove the control board you will most likely find a burned contact on the board.

You might try re-soldering the burned contact.

If that does not work then youe get this:

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Main-Control-Board/676960/1557799?modelNumber=SHE44C02UC%2022

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jstorii

Thank you very much for your input. I will give it a look!

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McBlue

Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the SHE44 range?

I have a 6 year old one that is dead. No lights no sign of life.

I determined that the main controller board was dead as there is power reaching it.

Replaced the board and it ran for 15 minutes, the dishwasher emitted smoke and after a small "pop" sound, the board is dead again.

The controller circuit board is still very clean. No sign that the smoke came from there. Does not even smell bad. I suspect a short in the heater or somewhere else.

A wiring diagram and/or any clues would be greatly appreciated.

many thanks

Mc Blue

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