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Tondef

Help identifying burnt connector on Bosch Dishwasher control module (SHU5315UC)

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Tondef

Hi,

I have a Bosch dishwasher (SHU5315UC) and the control module electronics started smoking. I am going to buy a replacement module but the connector where it burned appears a little melted and charred and I want to replace that too. Are these standard connectors? It looks like it has 6 rows of inputs on both the top and bottom, although only one side is used. See attached photos (it has the blue wires).  

 

thanks in advance!

 

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darren412

You may have to just pick up a new wire harness connection and if its a connection that is easily replaced by separating both ends of that particular connection  from the complete harness then it will just be a plug and play type fix with new wires and molex connections.  Other than that you can cut that connection out of the new wire harness and just splice in the blue wires and silicone the butt connections.    Here is a wire harness connection splice set up for the upper door control  Part # 00266753        you have a 4 wire connection so it looks like this connection is on the bottom right side of the tub but I am not sure.  The wire harness for that lower right bottom control is not available any more I believe.

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darren412

also consider looking into why the wires may have possibly burnt up . there may be a load some where on the other end of that burnt connection that had caused that issue.  Changing out the wires with a new connection may only fix that problem.   You may burn up the new wires if there is another problem related to the burned up wires.   Just making you aware that there could possibly be  additional stuff going on with a load in another part of the dishwasher 

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